Just because you beat the South Africans in a bizarre cricket match is no reason to be nasty.<BR><BR>I think it is a nice idea that you can get the long/latitute from your zip code. It might help me find me my way home after a night on the beers.
Aussies, well good luck to you, I think you may need it.<BR><BR>I am really going now, so I won't reply to any answer to this.<BR><BR>Don't take offence, it's not intended.<BR><BR>I'll tell you if/when I do intend offence.<BR><BR><--- Bring on the ashes, England can do it this time ---><BR>or at least once in my lifetime :)
Have you got code that knows how to use this, now?<BR><BR>I might note that if all you have is then *center* of various zip codes, there's no need for the complicated spherical trigonometry to calculate distance-between to within 10 feet. You can do a perfectly adequate job just using <BR> distance = (lat1 - lat2)^2 + (long1 - long2)^2<BR>presuming you first convert the lats and longs to distances (e.g., distances from equator and from prime meridian).<BR><BR>