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NAME

  Geo::IP::Record - Contains city information for GeoIP City Edition

SYNOPSIS

  use Geo::IP;

  my $gi = Geo::IP->open("/usr/local/share/GeoIP/GeoIPCity.dat", GEOIP_STANDARD);

  my $record = $gi->record_by_addr('24.24.24.24');

  print $record->country_code,
        $record->country_code3,
        $record->country_name,
        $record->region,
        $record->region_name,
        $record->city,
        $record->postal_code,
        $record->latitude,
        $record->longitude,
        $record->time_zone,
        $record->area_code,
    $record->continent_code,
        $record->metro_code;

DESCRIPTION

Geo::IP::Record represents objects containing location information returned by the GeoIP City database. It works with both the commercial GeoIP City and free GeoLite City databases.

OBJECT METHODS

$code = $record->country_code;

Returns the ISO 3166 country code from the location object.

$code3 = $record->country_code3;

Returns the ISO 3166 3 letter country code from the location object.

$name = $record->country_name;

Returns the country name from the location object.

$region = $record->region;

Returns the region code from the location object.

$region = $record->region_name;

Returns the region name from the location object.

$city = $record->city;

Returns the city from the location object.

$postal_code = $record->postal_code;

Returns the postal code from the location object.

$lat = $record->latitude;

Returns the latitude from the location object.

$lon = $record->longitude;

Returns the longitude from the location object.

$time_zone = $record->time_zone;

Returns the time zone from the location object.

$area_code = $record->area_code;

Returns the area code from the location object (for city-level US locations only)

$metro_code = $record->metro_code;

Returns the metro code from the location object (for city-level US locations only)

$continent_code = $record->continent_code;
 Returns the continent code from the location object.
 Possible continent codes are AF, AS, EU, NA, OC, SA for Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania  and South America. 

VERSION

1.21

AUTHOR

Copyright (c) 2008, MaxMind LLC

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