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An Adress

place  -- city in which the address is located
name   -- name of the adress (streetname and maybe housenumber)
streetname  -- streetname of the address, can be None if not from
               api
housenumber -- housenumber of the address or None if not from api
coords -- tuple describing the coordinates of address, can be None
          if not from api

src/p/y/python_payflowpro-0-0.2-final/payflowpro/client.py   python-payflowpro(Download)
from urllib2 import Request, urlopen, urlparse
 
from classes import (CreditCard, Amount, Profile, 
                     Address, Tracking, Response, parse_parameters)
 

src/p/y/python-payflowpro-HEAD/payflowpro/client.py   python-payflowpro(Download)
from urllib2 import Request, urlopen, urlparse
 
from classes import (CreditCard, Amount, Profile, 
                     Address, Tracking, Response, parse_parameters)
 

src/p/y/pyefa-0.1.3/pyefa/triprequest.py   pyefa(Download)
				if xmldata.itdOdvName.odvNameElem.has_attr('x'): result.coords = tools.coords(xmldata.itdOdvName.odvNameElem['x'], xmldata.itdOdvName.odvNameElem['y'])
			elif odvtype == 'address':
				result = classes.Address()
				result.place=xmldata.itdOdvPlace.odvPlaceElem.getText().encode('utf-8').strip()
				result.name=xmldata.itdOdvName.odvNameElem.getText().encode('utf-8').strip()

src/p/y/pyefa-HEAD/pyefa/triprequest.py   pyefa(Download)
				if xmldata.itdOdvName.odvNameElem.has_attr('x'): result.coords = tools.coords(xmldata.itdOdvName.odvNameElem['x'], xmldata.itdOdvName.odvNameElem['y'])
			elif odvtype == 'address':
				result = classes.Address()
				result.place=xmldata.itdOdvPlace.odvPlaceElem.getText().encode('utf-8').strip()
				result.name=xmldata.itdOdvName.odvNameElem.getText().encode('utf-8').strip()