413 Question

413 Question

Post by Dave Curwi » Tue, 18 Jun 1996 04:00:00



I understand that the area codes with the lower total numbers to
dial were given to more populated cities (e.g. 212-NY, 213-LA,
312-Chicago, 313-Detroit, 214-Dallas, 412-Pittsburgh). But if
that is the case, then why was Western Massachussets (Springfield)
given the low number of 413? Why wasn't that given to Boston?

-Dave Curwin

 
 
 

413 Question

Post by Carl Moor » Wed, 19 Jun 1996 04:00:00


It has been suggested earlier in the digest that Springfield, Massachusetts
had something to do with AT&T early on and thus got the 413 area code. You
didn't mention 314, which is used for St. Louis.  Maybe I should put this
in the history file.

 
 
 

413 Question

Post by Dave Curwi » Wed, 19 Jun 1996 04:00:00



>It has been suggested earlier in the digest that Springfield, Massachusetts

had something to do with AT&T early on and thus got the 413 area code. You
didn't mention 314, which is used for St. Louis.  Maybe I should put this
in the history file.

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Not only Springfield and St. Louis have that numerical value, but also
San Antonio (512) and Philadelphia (215). The next tier includes
Milwaukee (414), Cleveland (216), Minneapolis (612), Syracuse (315) and
Cinicinatti (513).

-Dave Curwin

 
 
 

413 Question

Post by Carl Moor » Wed, 19 Jun 1996 04:00:00


San Antonio is now in the 210 area; Austin and Corpus Christi stayed
in 512.  For 513, notice the spelling Cincinnati.

I didn't put "Maybe I should put this in the history file." in a good
place.  It is referring to Springfield (Mass.) getting area code 413.

Here is a program "nclicks.f"; if you can't run it, let me know and
I will run it at this end and forward the output to you.  It was written
for N0X/N1X area codes only.

      do 2 i=200,900,100
      do 2 j=0,19
      iareac=i+j
      nc=nclick(iareac)
    2 write(6,66)nc,iareac
   66 format(1x,i3,' clicks used by ',i3,'.')
      end
      function nclick(i)
      dimension ndigit(3)
      ndigit(3)=mod(i,10)
      j=(i-ndigit(3))/10
      ndigit(2)=mod(j,10)
      ndigit(1)=(j-ndigit(2))/10
      do 2 k=1,3
    2 if(ndigit(k).eq.0)ndigit(k)=10
c     write(6,66)i,ndigit
c  66 format(1x,i3,3(3x,i2))
      nclick=ndigit(1)+ndigit(2)+ndigit(3)
      return
      end

 
 
 

413 Question

Post by John Timae » Thu, 20 Jun 1996 04:00:00


: >It has been suggested earlier in the digest that Springfield, Massachusetts
: had something to do with AT&T early on and thus got the 413 area code. You
: didn't mention 314, which is used for St. Louis.  Maybe I should put this
: in the history file.

: ---
: Not only Springfield and St. Louis have that numerical value, but also
: San Antonio (512) and Philadelphia (215). The next tier includes
: Milwaukee (414), Cleveland (216), Minneapolis (612), Syracuse (315) and
: Cinicinatti (513).

: -Dave Curwin

Actually, San Antonio and all points southward to Mexico are now 210
(changed about 5 years ago).  Austin is still 512.


 
 
 

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