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I'm trying to parse up the addresses in a table using the above code. It runs but only produces NULL. I have run out of ideas

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  • Welcome to GIS SE! As a new user please take the tour to learn about our focused Q&A format. What do your addresses look like? Can you please edit your question to include 3 or 4 example addresses? Also what are you expecting your output to look like? – Midavalo Mar 17 '17 at 21:50
  • Please also edit your question and put your code as text. This makes it copyable for potential answerers, and searchable for users in the future looking for a solution to similar problems. – Midavalo Mar 17 '17 at 21:52
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You need to include a return value to pass your new value back to your field. I don't know what your addresses look like, or the expected output, but here is an example:

Pre-logic code=

def myParser(inString):
    splitString = inString.split(' ')
    a = splitString[0]
    c = ''.join(splitString[2:-1])
    d = splitString[-1]

    return "{0} {1} {2}".format(a, c, d)

Expression=

myParser(!PhysAddr!)

With a bit of a play with your code, I think your line for c should actually be the following:

c = ''.join(splitString[1:-1]

Although it may be different if you've got different addresses to mine.

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