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I'm a beginner with VBScript and I have a question about using an VBScript expression for a label. I want to label street address numbers and the fractional address number, if it exists, in my map. This data is stored in an address points shapefile. I go Properties > Labels > Expression... in Esri software to enter this expression:
[HSE_NO]&" "& [FRAC_NO]
With this expression the labels will be created next to the address points as follows:
412 1/2 412
See how both labels are on the same line? I would like to have the labels look like this:
412 412 1/2
I want the first label to be the address value without a fraction, and the following lines would be address values with fractions. I welcome your suggestions.
I think what I need is more complex than I realized. As I mentioned, I want first label to be address street value (HSE_NO) without a fraction (where FRAC_NO is NULL). I'm working on getting this to occur with what's below. It's not correct! Any ideas?
Function FindLabel ( [HSE_NO], [FRAC_NO] ) if (IsNull[FRAC_NO]) then FindLabel = [HSE_NO] End If End Function
I have a point shapefile of addresses. Some address points contain the address number and street name. Some points contain address number, address fractional number, and street name. Points containing fractional values will overlap points containing not containing fractional values. I want to label these overlapping points like this:
1159 1159 1/2
My current VBScript labels addresses in this manner.
1159 1/2 1159
Does anyone know how to get the desired result? Here's my current expression:
Function FindLabel ( [HSE_NO], [FRAC_NO] ) if (IsNull([FRAC_NO])) then FindLabel = [HSE_NO] else FindLabel = [HSE_NO] & " " & [FRAC_NO] End If End Function