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country read-only property of the
PaymentAddress interface is a string identifying the address's country
using the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 standard. The string is
always in its canonical upper-case form.
Some examples of valid
var paymentCountry = PaymentAddress.country;
DOMString which contains the ISO3166-1 alpha-2 code identifying the
country in which the address is located, or an empty string if no country is available,
which frequently can be assumed to mean "same country as the site owner."
If the payment handler validates the address and determines that the value of
country is invalid, a call to
PaymentRequestUpdateEvent.updateWith() will be made with a
details object containing a
field. That field contains an
AddressErrors-compliant object whose
country property is a string indicating the
validation error that occurred and, if possible, suggests how to fix it.
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