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Using ArcGIS 10.2.2

In the picture below, I want to populate the Spd_Class field (short integer). The value of the Spd_Class attribute will be based on the TYPE field -

residential = 30 secondary = 35 primary = 50

is there a quick way to use the text field in TYPE to populate Spd_Class? I've been unable to think of a way to do this.

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In your Field Calculator, have the python parser enabled. You can do some neat things with the Field Calculator. I suggest checking out the Field Calculator Unleashed from ESRI for a bit of a code introduction to the Field Calculator. Then check out their documentation for more advanced ideas.

I am using lower() and strip() in case there are values that don't conform.

In the Pre-Logic part enter:

def myFunct(input):
  if input.lower().strip() == "residental":
    return 30
  elif input.lower().strip() == "secondary":
    return 35
  elif input.lower().strip() == "primary":
    return 50

In the bottom part, Spd_Class =

myFunct(!TYPE!)

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