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NAME

       Locale::US - Two letter codes for state identification in the United States and vice
       versa.

SYNOPSIS

         use Locale::US;

         my $u = Locale::US->new;

         my $state = $u->{code2state}{$code};
         my $code  = $u->{state2code}{$state};

         my @state = $u->all_state_names;
         my @code  = $u->all_state_codes;

ABSTRACT

       Map from US two-letter codes to states and vice versa.

DESCRIPTION

   MAPPING
       $self->{code2state}

       This is a hashref which has two-letter state names as the key and the long name as the
       value.

       $self->{state2code}

       This is a hashref which has the long nameas the key and the two-letter state name as the
       value.

   DUMPING
       $self->all_state_names

       Returns an array (not arrayref) of all state names in alphabetical form

       $self->all_state_codes

       Returns an array (not arrayref) of all state codes in alphabetical form.

KNOWN BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

       ·   The state name is returned in "uc()" format.

       ·   neither hash is strict, though they should be.

SEE ALSO

   Locale::Country
       Locale::Country

   Abbreviations
       <http://www.usps.gov/ncsc/lookups/usps_abbreviations.htm>

           Online file with the USPS two-letter codes for the United States and its possessions.

   AUXILIARY CODE:
           lynx -dump http://www.usps.gov/ncsc/lookups/usps_abbreviations.htm > kruft.txt
           kruft2codes.pl

AUTHOR

       Currently maintained by Mike Accardo, <accardo@cpan.org>

       Original author T. M. Brannon

   PATCHES
       Thanks to stevet AT ibrinc for a patch about second call to new failing.

COPYRIGHT

           Copyright (c) 2015 Mike Accardo
           Copyright (c) 2002-2014 Terrence Brannon

       All rights reserved.  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
       it under the same terms as Perl itself.