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sarasin
Wed Aug 24 2005, 03:57PM
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I must enetering the text incorrectly. Is this right 'UK, London' or UK, RG9'? Internet access is fine and weather.com does come up
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sarasin
Wed Aug 24 2005, 04:01PM
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So I decided to simply enter London and guess what, I got a choice of Londons. Fine for me but what happens if I'm somewhere else in the UK?
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sarasin
Wed Aug 24 2005, 04:18PM
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Thanks for all your help, much appreciated. Not to push my luck but...... Is there a nice piece of code to add a 5 or 10 day forecast?
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Thu Aug 25 2005, 12:58AM
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Weather.com works with most places, seriously. You can enter a remote town in UK, and it should find it The 5/10 day forecast is already built into the data it pulls down. The developer of SharpDesk is now working on a skinnable weather object, where you can use this data.

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Thu Aug 25 2005, 07:12AM
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the location code for london, uk is: UKXX0085

Read the documentation SharpCore >> Services >> Weather.object

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