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in an Oracle table I need to determine if a number is an even number or odd number

How do I write a sql query which determines if a street number is an even number or an odd number for an oracle table.  This is my query so far:

SELECT ADDRESS_LIBRARIES.SPL_ID,
ADDRESS_LIBRARIES.JS_CODE,
ADDRESS_LIBRARIES.RULE_TYPE,
RESIDENTIAL_ADDRESSES.HS_NUM,
RESIDENTIAL_ADDRESSES.ADDR_NON_STD,
RESIDENTIAL_ADDRESSES.STREET_NAME
FROM ADDRESS_LIBRARIES,
RESIDENTIAL_ADDRESSES
WHERE ADDRESS_LIBRARIES.ID = RESIDENTIAL_ADDRESSES.ADRLIB_ID
AND ADDRESS_LIBRARIES.JS_CODE = RESIDENTIAL_ADDRESSES.JS_CODE
AND ADDRESS_LIBRARIES.RULE_TYPE = 1

Thanks
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restockett
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restockett
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Alex MatzingerDatabase AdministratorCommented:
You can use the mod function.  If you wanted all the even numbers add this to your where clause

AND mod(RESIDENTIAL_ADDRESSES.HS_NUM, 2 ) = 0

if you wanted odd

AND mod(RESIDENTIAL_ADDRESSES.HS_NUM, 2 )  != 0
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restockettAuthor Commented:
Thanks.  That worked.
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