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Postcode range question

Posted on 2009-04-06
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We have Canada postcodes in our SQL Server database with start and end range like (for example):

A0A1A0-A8A3P7
B0A1A0-B9A3V6
C0A1A0-C1N6W2
E0A1A0-E9H2C8
G0A1A0-G0A4Z0
G0B1A0-G0E2J0
G0G1A0-G0H1T0
G0J1A0-G0L4K0

How can we detect our customer postcode within the range using sql query or asp functions - please?
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You should be able to test using the <[=] and >[=] operators.  If you post some of your SQL I can give more
specific advice, but it comes down to...

WHERE @postcode >= @StartPostRange AND @postcode <= @EndPostRange
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