Template:Ushr

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[[{{{1}}}'s {{{2}}}nd congressional district]]

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This template expands an abbreviation of a district of the United States House of Representatives to a long name, which is linked to the district article.

Parameters[change source]

{{ushr |1= |2= |3= }}

1: (or first unnamed parameter) state name or abbreviation
2: (or second unnamed parameter) district number (for at-large district, type in "AL").
3: (or third unnamed parameter) link text
If 3 = 'A', then pipe will be the possessive state; district number; "congressional district/seat".
If 3 = 'C', then pipe will be the ordinal of the district number and "district/seat," without the state.
If 3 = 'D', then pipe will be the ordinal of the district number and "congressional district/seat," without the state.
If 3 = 'E', then pipe will be only the district number, without the state. Note: In this situation, "At-large" is capitalized.
If 3 = 'R', then pipe will be only the ordinal of the district number, without the state.
If 3 = 'S', then pipe will be the state's possessive and the district's ordinal.
If 3 = 'T', then pipe will be the state and the district's ordinal.
If 3 = 'X', then pipe will be "state #" without possessive or "congressional district."
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TemplateData for Ushr

This template expands an abbreviation of a district of the United States House of Representatives to a long name, which is linked to the district article.

Template parameters

This template has custom formatting.

Parameter Description Type Status
State name or abbreviation 1

Two-letter abbreviation or full name

Default
empty
Example
VT; New York
Auto value
empty
String required
District number 2

Number, or for at-large district, "AL"

Default
empty
Example
51
Auto value
empty
String required
Link text 3

Either the displayed link text or a code to set it: A gives state's nth district, D gives nth congressional district, E gives n, R gives nth, S gives state's nth, T gives state nth, X gives state n.

Default
Link text will be like "New York's 1st congressional district".
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
String optional

Examples[change source]

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