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property of the
PaymentAddress interface is an array of
DOMString objects, each specifying a line of the address that is not
covered by one of the other properties of
lines may include the street name, house number, apartment number, rural delivery route,
descriptive instructions, or post office box.
var paymentAddressLines = PaymentAddress.addressLine;
An array of
DOMString objects, each containing one line of the address.
For example, the
addressLine array for the Mozilla Space in London would
have the following entries:
|0||Metal Box Factory|
|1||Suite 441, 4th floor|
|2||30 Great Guildford Street|
These, combined with additional values for other properties of the
PaymentAddress, would represent the full address, which is:
Metal Box Factory
Suite 441, 4th floor
30 Great Guildford Street
London SE1 0HS
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