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-php-iban README
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-
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-php-iban is a library for parsing and validating International Bank
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-Account Number (IBAN) information in PHP.
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-
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-It also validates Internet International Bank Account Number
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-(IIBAN) as specified at http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-iiban-01
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-(see also http://www.ifex-project.org/our-proposals/iiban)
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-
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-php-iban lives at http://code.google.com/p/php-iban
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-
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-  What is an IBAN?
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-  ----------------
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-    An IBAN is basically a standardised way of explaining a bank
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-    account number that works across borders.  Its structure is:
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-
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-     <Two Letter ISO Country Code> + <Two Digit Checksum] + <BBAN>
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-    
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-    BBAN is the term used to describe the national-level format
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-    for a bank account number, which varies between countries
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-    (and was sometimes created just to get IBAN connectivity!).
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-    Note that a BBAN may have its own checksum algorithm.
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-
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-    IBAN provides basic protection, using the checksum, against
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-    transcription (ie: human copying) errors. It also provides
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-    a registry of valid destination countries and their BBAN
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-    formats. Thus, when you ask php-iban to 'validate' an IBAN
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-    it ensures that these checks are passed. However, it cannot
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-    ensure that a bank account actually exists - the only party
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-    who can do that is the receiving bank or country.
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-
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-    IBAN was invented in Europe, however its usage is growing
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-    rapidly to other parts of the world. Thus, the future of
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-    this library looks pretty good.
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-
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-    For further information, please see 'docs/ISO13616.pdf' or
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-    visit Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBAN
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-
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-  What is an IIBAN?
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-  -----------------
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-   An Internet IBAN (IIBAN) identifies an internet-based financial
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-   endpoint in a manner that is superset-compatible with the existing
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-   European Committee for Banking Standards (ECBS) International Bank
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-   Account Number (IBAN) standard [ISO13616].
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-
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-   For more information see http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-iiban-00
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-   and http://www.ifex-project.org/our-proposals/iiban
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-   To disable IIBAN support from your installation, simply remove
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-   the second ('AA|...') line from the top of the registry.txt file.
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-
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-  Execution environment
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-  ---------------------
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-    At present the library merely requires a PHP engine to be present
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-    and has no external dependencies.  It is recommended that your
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-    PHP engine is configured to disable verbose warnings for events
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-    such as access of unknown array indexes, though this should be
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-    standard on almost any PHP deployment today. Any PHP engine
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-    in use today should be compatible, though PHP3 or PHP4 execution
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-    environments may require minor modifications (specifically,
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-    some string functions may have changed).
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-
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-  Installation
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-  ------------
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-    Simply copy 'php-iban.php' and 'registry.txt' to an appropriate
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-    location for your project. The location of the files will affect
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-    the 'require_once()' line used to load the library from your
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-    codebase, and may have relevance security (see 'Security' below).
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-    Note that 'php-iban.php' expects to find 'registry.txt' in the
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-    same directory as itself.
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-
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-  Security
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-  --------
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-    Following best practice for library files, the location chosen 
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-    
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-    as user 'www', group 'www', you can ensure that the web server
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-     # chown <myuser> php-iban registry.txt  # where <myuser> is a
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-                                             # non-root user that
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-     # chgrp www php-iban registry.txt       # set group to 'www'
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-     # chmod ugo-rwx php-iban registry.txt   # remove privileges
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-     # chmod g+r php-iban registry.txt       # allow 'www' group
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-                                             # to read the files
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-    Obviously the above do not apply if you are using PHP in a 
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-    non web-oriented project (eg: a cronjob or daemon), a usage
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-    of the language that is apparently growing - but limited.
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-  Using the library
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-  -----------------
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-    Basic invocation is as follows:
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-
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-      # include the library
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-      require_once('/path/to/php-iban.php'); # /path/to/ is optional
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-      # use some library function or other...
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-      if(!verify_iban($iban_to_verify)) {
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-       # blame the user...
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-      }
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-
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-    Note that because the library is designed in a procedural manner
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-    rather than an object-oriented manner it should be easy to 
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-    integrate with a wide variety of established codebases and 
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-    PHP interpreter versions.
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-
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-  Using the library's OO wrapper
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-  ------------------------------
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-    Because many new PHP programmers seems to learn the language via
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-    books that only teach OO based programming and are thus unfamiliar
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-    with procedural PHP (and often relatively inexperienced as 
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-    programmers, too) an OO wrapper-library has been provided.
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-
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-    ======================= READ THIS =================================
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-    However *you should avoid excessive use of OO*. For some thought
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-    provoking discussions of the negative aspects of overusing OO,
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-    please refer to 'Coders at Work' and 'The Art of UNIX Programming'.
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-    (OO is great for some problems, but simply pointless for most.)
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-    ===================================================================
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-
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-    Anyway, to use the OO wrapper supplied, invocation is as follows:
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-
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-      # include the OO wrapper to the library
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-      require_once('/path/to/oophp-iban.php'); # /path/to is optional
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-      # instantiate an IBAN object
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-      $myIban = new IBAN('AZ12345678901234');
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-      if(!$myIban->Verify()) {
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-      }
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-
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-  Documentation
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-  -------------
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-    There are three types of functions provided by the library:
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-
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-     - IBAN-level functions
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-         These are functions that operate on an IBAN. All of these
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-         IBANs as input. Typically they return facts about an IBAN
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-         as their output (for example whether it is valid or not,
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-         or the BBAN (national-level) portion of the IBAN), though
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-         some of them may perform other functions (eg: fixing a
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-         broken IBAN checksum). These functions are named 'iban_*'
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-         with the exception of the most commonly used function,
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-         'verify_iban()', and excepting the country-level functions.
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-         (Regarding the object oriented wrapper - all of these
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-          functions are implemented as methods on IBAN objects)
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-
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-     - IBAN country-level functions
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-         These functions return information about countries that are
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-         part of the IBAN standard. They each take the two letter 
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-         ISO country code at the beginning of an IBAN as their
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-         argument. They are named 'iban_country_*', with the 
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-         exception of 'iban_countries()' which returns a list of
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-         the known IBAN countries. (For example, functions that 
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-         return an example IBAN or BBAN for the country, or the 
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-         name of the country.)
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-
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-         (Regarding the object oriented wrapper - all of these
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-          functions are implemented as methods on IBANCountry
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-          objects, except for 'iban_countries()' which is 
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-          implemented as the Countries() method on the IBAN class)
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-
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-     - Internal functions
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-         These functions begin with '_iban_*' and can be ignored.
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-
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-         (Regarding the object oriented wrapper - these functions
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-          are not present)
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-    Please refer to either http://code.google.com/p/php-iban or the
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-    commented source code of php-iban itself for the complete list of
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-    which functions are available. Of course, in unix style one could
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-    achieve the same in a pinch as follows (instant documentation!):
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-     $ grep function php-iban.php
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-     $ egrep '(Class|function)' oophp-iban.php
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-
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-  Community
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-  ---------
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-    You are encouraged to contribute bugs, feedback and suggestions 
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-    through the project's website.
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-    Particularly if you deploy php-iban in a commercial setting, you are
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-    STRONGLY encouraged to join the project's mailing list, which can
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-    be found via the website. Joining the mailing list ensures that you
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-    can be made aware of important updates. Important updates include:
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-     - Updates to new registry editions (support new countries that have
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-       been added to the IBAN system)
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-     - Bug fixes 
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-     - Security updates
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-    The email list receives almost no traffic and as a 'Google Group' is
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-Thanks for choosing php-iban! You have excellent taste in software ;)
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-To get the latest ISO13616 IBAN registry, go to:
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-TXT format:
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- http://www.swift.com/dsp/resources/documents/IBAN_Registry.txt
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- http://www.swift.com/dsp/resources/documents/IBAN_Registry.pdf
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-Unfortunately, it has been noticed in 2011 that the official .txt file is
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-Interpreting the SEPA Field
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-===========================
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-Note that some IIBAN providers may in fact provide SEPA connectivity.
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-Thus, implementers are reminded to consider the reported SEPA status
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-TODO
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- - Finnish record suggests position at which to pad domestic account
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-   numbers in order to reach a BBAN / IBAN, this data could be of
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-   some use for certain applications and would be nice to include
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- - Addition of information regarding preferred human-level formatting
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-   for each country's BBAN - worthwhile?
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- - Addition of 'date effective' information for records such as BH
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-   and the UAE that published data in advance of deployment
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- - Support for calculating or validating any known national (sub-
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- - URLs to national-level BBAN format specifications
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- - Consider adding a library of localised forms and abbreviations
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-   for account number portions, for example Austria and Germany seem
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-   to have 'Kontonummer' (KTO) for account number, and 'Bankleitzah'
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-   (BLZ) for bank identifier. This could assist greatly with 
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-   deployments requiring international and/or constrained input.
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- ; formalities
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- input-roman = number / letter
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- number      = c-0 / c-1 / c-2 / c-3 / c-4 / c-5 / c-6 / c-7 / c-8 / c-9
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- letter      = c-a / c-b / c-c / c-d / c-e / c-f / c-g / c-h / c-i / c-j
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-                   / c-k / c-l / c-m / c-n / c-o / c-p / c-q / c-r / c-s
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-                   / c-t / c-u / c-v / c-w / c-x / c-y / c-z
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-
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- ; possible sources of mistranscribed numbers
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- c-0 = "O" / "6" / "D" / "G"
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- c-1 = "I" / "L" / "7" / "2" / "Z"
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- c-2 = "Z" / "7" / "P" / "E" / "1"
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- c-3 = "8" / "B"
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- c-4 = "G" / "U"
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- c-5 = "S" / "7"
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- c-6 = "0" / "O" / "8" / "G" / "C" / "B" / "D"
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- c-7 = "J" / "I" / "1" / "L"
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- c-8 = "B" / "3" / "6"
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- c-9 = "G" / "Y" / "O" / "0" / "D"
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-
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- ; possible sources of mistranscribed letters
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- c-a = "G" / "Q" / "O" / "0"
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- c-b = "6" / "3" / "8" / "P" / "0" / "O"
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- c-c = "R" / "6" / "I" / "L" / "O" / "0"
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- c-d = "0" / "O" / "9" / "Q" / "G" / "6" / "A"
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- c-e = "F" / "G" / "0" / "2" / "K" / "Z" / "S" / "O"
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- c-f = "E" / "K" / "T" / "P" / "Y" / "4" / "B" / "7" / "1"
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- c-g = "9" / "Q" / "8" / "6" / "0" / "C" / "4" / "O"
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- c-h = "B" / "N" / "A" / "4" / "6" / "M" / "W" / "F" / "R" / "T" / "X"
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- c-i = "1" / "L" / "7" / "J" / "2" / "T" / "Z"
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- c-j = "I" / "7" / "2" / "9" / "1" / "U" / "T" / "Q" / "P" / "Y" / "Z"
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-           / "L" / "S"
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- c-k = "F" / "X" / "H" / "R" 
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- c-l = "1" / "2" / "7" / "C" / "I" / "J" / "R" / "T" / "Y" / "Z"
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- c-m = "H" / "8" / "E" / "3" / "N" / "V" / "W" 
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- c-n = "H" / "R" / "C" / "2" / "4" / "M" / "O" / "P" / "K" / "T" / "Z"
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- c-o = "0" / "6" / "9" / "A" / "D" / "G" / "C" / "E" / "B" / "N" / "P"
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-           / "Q" / "R"
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- c-p = "F" / "4" / "8" / "2" / "B" / "J" / "R" / "N" / "O" / "T" / "Y"
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- c-q = "O" / "G" / "9" / "Y" / "1" / "7" / "L"
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- c-r = "K" / "B" / "V" / "C" / "1" / "L" / "2"
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- c-s = "5" / "6" / "9" / "B" / "G" / "Q" / "A" / "Y"
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- c-t = "1" / "4" / "7" / "F" / "I" / "J" / "L" / "P" / "X" / "Y"
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- c-u = "V" / "N" / "A" / "4" / "9" / "W" / "Y"
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- c-v = "U" / "R" / "N"
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- c-x = "K" / "F" / "4" / "T" / "V" / "Y"
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- c-y = "G" / "V" / "J" / "I" / "4" / "9" / "T" / "F" / "Q" / "1"
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-<?php
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-Class IBAN {
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-
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- function __construct($iban = '') {
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-  require_once('php-iban.php'); # load the procedural codebase
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-  $this->iban = $iban;
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- }
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-
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- public function Verify($iban='') {
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-  if($iban!='') { return verify_iban($iban); }
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-  return verify_iban($this->iban);
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-  # we could throw exceptions of various types, but why - does it really
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-  # add anything? possibly some slightly better user feedback potential.
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-  # however, this can be written by hand by performing individual checks
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-  # ala the code in verify_iban() itself where required, which is likely
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-  # almost never. for the increased complexity and
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- }
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-
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-  return iban_mistranscription_suggestions($this->iban);
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- }
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-  return iban_to_machine_format($this->iban);
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- }
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- public function HumanFormat() {
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-  return iban_to_human_format($this->iban);
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-
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- }
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-
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- public function Checksum($iban='') {
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- }
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-
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- public function BBAN() {
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-  return iban_get_bban_part($this->iban);
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- }
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- public function FindChecksum() {
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- public function SetChecksum() {
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- }
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-
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- public function ChecksumStringReplace() {
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- }
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- public function Bank() {
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-  return iban_get_bank_part($this->iban);
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- }
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- public function Branch() {
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-  return iban_get_branch_part($this->iban);
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- }
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-
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- public function Account() {
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-  return iban_get_account_part($this->iban);
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- public function Countries() {
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- }
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- public function Name() {
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- public function BBANExample() {
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- public function IBANFormatSWIFT() {
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- public function BankIDStartOffset() {
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- }
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- public function BankIDStopOffset() {
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-  return iban_country_get_bankid_stop_offset($this->code);
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- }
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- public function BranchIDStartOffset() {
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-# PHP IBAN - http://code.google.com/p/php-iban - LGPLv3
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- # Check regex
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- if(preg_match($regex,$iban)) {
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-  # Regex passed, check checksum
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-  if(!iban_verify_checksum($iban)) { 
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-   return false;
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-  }
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- }
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- else {
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-  return false;
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- }
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-
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- # Otherwise it 'could' exist
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- return true;
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-}
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-
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-# Convert an IBAN to machine format.  To do this, we
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-# remove IBAN from the start, if present, and remove
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-# non basic roman letter / digit characters
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-function iban_to_machine_format($iban) {
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- # Uppercase and trim spaces from left
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- $iban = ltrim(strtoupper($iban));
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- # Remove IIBAN or IBAN from start of string, if present
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- $iban = preg_replace('/^I?IBAN/','',$iban);
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- # Remove all non basic roman letter / digit characters
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- $iban = preg_replace('/[^a-zA-Z0-9]/','',$iban);
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- return $iban;
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-}
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-
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-# Convert an IBAN to human format. To do this, we
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-# simply insert spaces right now, as per the ECBS
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-# (European Committee for Banking Standards) 
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-# recommendations available at:
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-# http://www.europeanpaymentscouncil.eu/knowledge_bank_download.cfm?file=ECBS%20standard%20implementation%20guidelines%20SIG203V3.2.pdf 
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-function iban_to_human_format($iban) {
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- # First verify validity, or return
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- if(!verify_iban($iban)) { return false; }
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- # Add spaces every four characters
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- $human_iban = '';
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- for($i=0;$i<strlen($iban);$i++) {
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-  $human_iban .= substr($iban,$i,1);
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-  if(($i>0) && (($i+1)%4==0)) { $human_iban .= ' '; }
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- }
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- return $human_iban;
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-}
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-
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-# Get the country part from an IBAN
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-function iban_get_country_part($iban) {
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- $iban = iban_to_machine_format($iban);
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- return substr($iban,0,2);
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-}
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-
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-# Get the checksum part from an IBAN
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-function iban_get_checksum_part($iban) {
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- $iban = iban_to_machine_format($iban);
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- return substr($iban,2,2);
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-}
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-
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-# Get the BBAN part from an IBAN
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-function iban_get_bban_part($iban) {
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- $iban = iban_to_machine_format($iban);
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- return substr($iban,4);
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-}
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-
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-# Check the checksum of an IBAN - code modified from Validate_Finance PEAR class
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-function iban_verify_checksum($iban) {
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- # convert to machine format
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- $iban = iban_to_machine_format($iban);
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- # move first 4 chars (countrycode and checksum) to the end of the string
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- $tempiban = substr($iban, 4).substr($iban, 0, 4);
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- # subsitutute chars
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- $tempiban = iban_checksum_string_replace($tempiban);
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- # mod97-10
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- $result = iban_mod97_10($tempiban);
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- # checkvalue of 1 indicates correct IBAN checksum
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- if ($result != 1) {
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-  return false;
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- }
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- return true;
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-}
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-
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-# Find the correct checksum for an IBAN
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-#  $iban  The IBAN whose checksum should be calculated
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-function iban_find_checksum($iban) {
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- $iban = iban_to_machine_format($iban);
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- # move first 4 chars to right
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- $left = substr($iban,0,2) . '00'; # but set right-most 2 (checksum) to '00'
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- $right = substr($iban,4);
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- # glue back together
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- $tmp = $right . $left;
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- # convert letters using conversion table
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- $tmp = iban_checksum_string_replace($tmp);
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- # get mod97-10 output
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- $checksum = iban_mod97_10_checksum($tmp);
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- # return 98 minus the mod97-10 output, left zero padded to two digits
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- return str_pad((98-$checksum),2,'0',STR_PAD_LEFT);
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-}
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-
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-# Set the correct checksum for an IBAN
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-#  $iban  IBAN whose checksum should be set
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-function iban_set_checksum($iban) {
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- $iban = iban_to_machine_format($iban);
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- return substr($iban,0,2) . iban_find_checksum($iban) . substr($iban,4);
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-}
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-
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-# Character substitution required for IBAN MOD97-10 checksum validation/generation
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-#  $s  Input string (IBAN)
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-function iban_checksum_string_replace($s) {
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- $iban_replace_chars = range('A','Z');
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- foreach (range(10,35) as $tempvalue) { $iban_replace_values[]=strval($tempvalue); }
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- return str_replace($iban_replace_chars,$iban_replace_values,$s);
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-}
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-
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-# Same as below but actually returns resulting checksum
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-function iban_mod97_10_checksum($numeric_representation) {
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- $checksum = intval(substr($numeric_representation, 0, 1));
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- for ($position = 1; $position < strlen($numeric_representation); $position++) {
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-  $checksum *= 10;
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-  $checksum += intval(substr($numeric_representation,$position,1));
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-  $checksum %= 97;
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- }
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- return $checksum;
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-}
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-
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-# Perform MOD97-10 checksum calculation ('Germanic-level effiency' version - thanks Chris!)
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-function iban_mod97_10($numeric_representation) {
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- global $__disable_iiban_gmp_extension;
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- # prefer php5 gmp extension if available
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- if(!($__disable_iiban_gmp_extension) && function_exists('gmp_intval')) { return gmp_intval(gmp_mod(gmp_init($numeric_representation, 10),'97')) === 1; }
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-
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-/*
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- # old manual processing (~16x slower)
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- $checksum = intval(substr($numeric_representation, 0, 1));
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- for ($position = 1; $position < strlen($numeric_representation); $position++) {
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-  $checksum *= 10;
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-  $checksum += intval(substr($numeric_representation,$position,1));
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-  $checksum %= 97;
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- }
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- return $checksum;
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- */
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-
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- # new manual processing (~3x slower)
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- $length = strlen($numeric_representation);
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- $rest = "";
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- $position = 0;
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- while ($position < $length) {
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-        $value = 9-strlen($rest);
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-        $n = $rest . substr($numeric_representation,$position,$value);
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-        $rest = $n % 97;
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-        $position = $position + $value;
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- }
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- return ($rest === 1);
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-}
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-
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-# Get an array of all the parts from an IBAN
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-function iban_get_parts($iban) {
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- return array(
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-         'country'	=>      iban_get_country_part($iban),
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- 	 'checksum'	=>	iban_get_checksum_part($iban),
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-	 'bban'		=>	iban_get_bban_part($iban),
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- 	 'bank'		=>	iban_get_bank_part($iban),
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-	 'country'	=>	iban_get_country_part($iban),
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-	 'branch'	=>	iban_get_branch_part($iban),
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-	 'account'	=>	iban_get_account_part($iban)
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-        );
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-}
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-
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-# Get the Bank ID (institution code) from an IBAN
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-function iban_get_bank_part($iban) {
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- $iban = iban_to_machine_format($iban);
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- $country = iban_get_country_part($iban);
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- $start = iban_country_get_bankid_start_offset($country);
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- $stop = iban_country_get_bankid_stop_offset($country);
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- if($start!=''&&$stop!='') {
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-  $bban = iban_get_bban_part($iban);
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-  return substr($bban,$start,($stop-$start+1));
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- }
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- return '';
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-}
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-
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-# Get the Branch ID (sort code) from an IBAN
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-function iban_get_branch_part($iban) {
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- $iban = iban_to_machine_format($iban);
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- $country = iban_get_country_part($iban);
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- $start = iban_country_get_branchid_start_offset($country);
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- $stop = iban_country_get_branchid_stop_offset($country);
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- if($start!=''&&$stop!='') {
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-  $bban = iban_get_bban_part($iban);
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-  return substr($bban,$start,($stop-$start+1));
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- }
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- return '';
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-}
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-
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-# Get the (branch-local) account ID from an IBAN
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-function iban_get_account_part($iban) {
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- $iban = iban_to_machine_format($iban);
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- $country = iban_get_country_part($iban);
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- $start = iban_country_get_branchid_stop_offset($country);
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- if($start=='') {
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-  $start = iban_country_get_bankid_stop_offset($country);
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- }
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- if($start!='') {
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-  $bban = iban_get_bban_part($iban);
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-  return substr($bban,$start+1);
230
- }
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- return '';
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-}
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-
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-# Get the name of an IBAN country
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-function iban_country_get_country_name($iban_country) {
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- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'country_name');
237
-}
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-
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-# Get the domestic example for an IBAN country
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-function iban_country_get_domestic_example($iban_country) {
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- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'domestic_example');
242
-}
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-
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-# Get the BBAN example for an IBAN country
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-function iban_country_get_bban_example($iban_country) {
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- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'bban_example');
247
-}
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-
249
-# Get the BBAN format (in SWIFT format) for an IBAN country
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-function iban_country_get_bban_format_swift($iban_country) {
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- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'bban_format_swift');
252
-}
253
-
254
-# Get the BBAN format (as a regular expression) for an IBAN country
255
-function iban_country_get_bban_format_regex($iban_country) {
256
- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'bban_format_regex');
257
-}
258
-
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-# Get the BBAN length for an IBAN country
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-function iban_country_get_bban_length($iban_country) {
261
- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'bban_length');
262
-}
263
-
264
-# Get the IBAN example for an IBAN country
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-function iban_country_get_iban_example($iban_country) {
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- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'iban_example');
267
-}
268
-
269
-# Get the IBAN format (in SWIFT format) for an IBAN country
270
-function iban_country_get_iban_format_swift($iban_country) {
271
- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'iban_format_swift');
272
-}
273
-
274
-# Get the IBAN format (as a regular expression) for an IBAN country
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-function iban_country_get_iban_format_regex($iban_country) {
276
- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'iban_format_regex');
277
-}
278
-
279
-# Get the IBAN length for an IBAN country
280
-function iban_country_get_iban_length($iban_country) {
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- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'iban_length');
282
-}
283
-
284
-# Get the BBAN Bank ID start offset for an IBAN country
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-function iban_country_get_bankid_start_offset($iban_country) {
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- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'bban_bankid_start_offset');
287
-}
288
-
289
-# Get the BBAN Bank ID stop offset for an IBAN country
290
-function iban_country_get_bankid_stop_offset($iban_country) {
291
- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'bban_bankid_stop_offset');
292
-}
293
-
294
-# Get the BBAN Branch ID start offset for an IBAN country
295
-function iban_country_get_branchid_start_offset($iban_country) {
296
- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'bban_branchid_start_offset');
297
-}
298
-
299
-# Get the BBAN Branch ID stop offset for an IBAN country
300
-function iban_country_get_branchid_stop_offset($iban_country) {
301
- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'bban_branchid_stop_offset');
302
-}
303
-
304
-# Get the registry edition for an IBAN country
305
-function iban_country_get_registry_edition($iban_country) {
306
- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'registry_edition');
307
-}
308
-
309
-# Is the IBAN country a SEPA member?
310
-function iban_country_is_sepa($iban_country) {
311
- return _iban_country_get_info($iban_country,'country_sepa');
312
-}
313
-
314
-# Get the list of all IBAN countries
315
-function iban_countries() {
316
- global $_iban_registry;
317
- return array_keys($_iban_registry);
318
-}
319
-
320
-# Given an incorrect IBAN, return an array of zero or more checksum-valid
321
-# suggestions for what the user might have meant, based upon common
322
-# mistranscriptions.
323
-function iban_mistranscription_suggestions($incorrect_iban) {
324
- 
325
- # abort on ridiculous length input (but be liberal)
326
- $length = strlen($incorrect_iban);
327
- if($length<5 || $length>34) { return array('(length bad)'); }
328
-
329
- # abort if mistranscriptions data is unable to load
330
- if(!_iban_load_mistranscriptions()) { return array('(failed to load)'); }
331
-
332
- # init
333
- global $_iban_mistranscriptions;
334
- $suggestions = array();
335
-
336
- # we have a string of approximately IBAN-like length.
337
- # ... now let's make suggestions.
338
- $numbers = array('0','1','2','3','4','5','6','7','8','9');
339
- for($i=0;$i<$length;$i++) {
340
-  # get the character at this position
341
-  $character = substr($incorrect_iban,$i,1);
342
-  # for each known transcription error resulting in this character
343
-  foreach($_iban_mistranscriptions[$character] as $possible_origin) {
344
-   # if we're:
345
-   #  - in the first 2 characters (country) and the possible replacement
346
-   #    is a letter
347
-   #  - in the 3rd or 4th characters (checksum) and the possible
348
-   #    replacement is a number
349
-   #  - later in the string
350
-   if(($i<2 && !in_array($possible_origin,$numbers)) ||
351
-      ($i>=2 && $i<=3 && in_array($possible_origin,$numbers)) ||
352
-      $i>3) {
353
-    # construct a possible IBAN using this possible origin for the
354
-    # mistranscribed character, replaced at this position only
355
-    $possible_iban = substr($incorrect_iban,0,$i) . $possible_origin .  substr($incorrect_iban,$i+1);
356
-    # if the checksum passes, return it as a possibility
357
-    if(verify_iban($possible_iban)) {
358
-     array_push($suggestions,$possible_iban);
359
-    }
360
-   }
361
-  }
362
- }
363
-
364
- # now we check for the type of mistransposition case where all of
365
- # the characters of a certain type within a string were mistransposed.
366
- #  - first generate a character frequency table
367
- $char_freqs = array();
368
- for($i=0;$i<strlen($incorrect_iban);$i++) {
369
-  if(!isset($char_freqs[substr($incorrect_iban,$i,1)])) {
370
-   $char_freqs[substr($incorrect_iban,$i,1)] = 1;
371
-  }
372
-  else {
373
-   $char_freqs[substr($incorrect_iban,$i,1)]++;
374
-  }
375
- }
376
- #  - now, for each of the characters in the string...
377
- foreach($char_freqs as $char=>$freq) {
378
-  # if the character occurs more than once
379
-  if($freq>1) {
380
-   # check the 'all occurrences of <char> were mistranscribed' case
381
-   foreach($_iban_mistranscriptions[$char] as $possible_origin) {
382
-    $possible_iban = str_replace($char,$possible_origin,$incorrect_iban);
383
-    if(verify_iban($possible_iban)) {
384
-     array_push($suggestions,$possible_iban);
385
-    }
386
-   }
387
-  }
388
- }
389
-
390
- return $suggestions;
391
-}
392
-
393
-
394
-##### internal use functions - safe to ignore ######
395
-
396
-# Load the IBAN registry from disk.
397
-global $_iban_registry;
398
-$_iban_registry = array();
399
-_iban_load_registry();
400
-function _iban_load_registry() {
401
- global $_iban_registry;
402
- # if the registry is not yet loaded, or has been corrupted, reload
403
- if(!is_array($_iban_registry) || count($_iban_registry)<1) {
404
-  $data = file_get_contents(dirname(__FILE__) . '/registry.txt');
405
-  $lines = explode("\n",$data);
406
-  array_shift($lines); # drop leading description line
407
-  # loop through lines
408
-  foreach($lines as $line) {
409
-   if($line!='') {
410
-    # split to fields
411
-    $old_display_errors_value = ini_get('display_errors');
412
-    ini_set('display_errors',false);
413
-    $old_error_reporting_value = ini_get('error_reporting');
414
-    ini_set('error_reporting',false);
415
-    list($country,$country_name,$domestic_example,$bban_example,$bban_format_swift,$bban_format_regex,$bban_length,$iban_example,$iban_format_swift,$iban_format_regex,$iban_length,$bban_bankid_start_offset,$bban_bankid_stop_offset,$bban_branchid_start_offset,$bban_branchid_stop_offset,$registry_edition,$country_sepa) = explode('|',$line);
416
-    ini_set('display_errors',$old_display_errors_value);
417
-    ini_set('error_reporting',$old_error_reporting_value);
418
-    # assign to registry
419
-    $_iban_registry[$country] = array(
420
-                                'country'			=>	$country,
421
- 				'country_name'			=>	$country_name,
422
-				'country_sepa'			=>	$country_sepa,
423
- 				'domestic_example'		=>	$domestic_example,
424
-				'bban_example'			=>	$bban_example,
425
-				'bban_format_swift'		=>	$bban_format_swift,
426
-				'bban_format_regex'		=>	$bban_format_regex,
427
-				'bban_length'			=>	$bban_length,
428
-				'iban_example'			=>	$iban_example,
429
-				'iban_format_swift'		=>	$iban_format_swift,
430
-				'iban_format_regex'		=>	$iban_format_regex,
431
-				'iban_length'			=>	$iban_length,
432
-				'bban_bankid_start_offset'	=>	$bban_bankid_start_offset,
433
-				'bban_bankid_stop_offset'	=>	$bban_bankid_stop_offset,
434
-				'bban_branchid_start_offset'	=>	$bban_branchid_start_offset,
435
-				'bban_branchid_stop_offset'	=>	$bban_branchid_stop_offset,
436
-				'registry_edition'		=>	$registry_edition
437
-                               );
438
-   }
439
-  }
440
- }
441
-}
442
-
443
-# Get information from the IBAN registry by example IBAN / code combination
444
-function _iban_get_info($iban,$code) {
445
- $country = iban_get_country_part($iban);
446
- return _iban_country_get_info($country,$code);
447
-}
448
-
449
-# Get information from the IBAN registry by country / code combination
450
-function _iban_country_get_info($country,$code) {
451
- global $_iban_registry;
452
- $country = strtoupper($country);
453
- $code = strtolower($code);
454
- if(array_key_exists($country,$_iban_registry)) {
455
-  if(array_key_exists($code,$_iban_registry[$country])) {
456
-   return $_iban_registry[$country][$code];
457
-  }
458
- }
459
- return false;
460
-}
461
-
462
-# Load common mistranscriptions from disk.
463
-function _iban_load_mistranscriptions() {
464
- global $_iban_mistranscriptions;
465
- # do not reload if already present
466
- if(is_array($_iban_mistranscriptions) && count($_iban_mistranscriptions) == 36) { return true; }
467
- $_iban_mistranscriptions = array();
468
- $file = dirname(__FILE__) . '/mistranscriptions.txt';
469
- if(!file_exists($file) || !is_readable($file)) { return false; }
470
- $data = file_get_contents($file);
471
- $lines = explode("\n",$data);
472
- foreach($lines as $line) {
473
-  # match lines with ' c-<x> = <something>' where x is a word-like character
474
-  if(preg_match('/^ *c-(\w) = (.*?)$/',$line,$matches)) {
475
-   # normalize the character to upper case
476
-   $character = strtoupper($matches[1]);
477
-   # break the possible origins list at '/', strip quotes & spaces
478
-   $chars = explode(' ',str_replace('"','',preg_replace('/ *?\/ *?/','',$matches[2])));
479
-   # assign as possible mistranscriptions for that character
480
-   $_iban_mistranscriptions[$character] = $chars;
481
-  }
482
- }
483
- return true;
484
-}
485
-
486
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-AD|Andorra|2030200359100100|00012030200359100100|4!n4!n12!c|^(\d{4})(\d{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{12})$|20|AD1200012030200359100100|AD2!n4!n4!n12!c|^AD(\d{2})(\d{4})(\d{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{12})$|24|0|3|4|7|2011-06-20|0
5
-AT|Austria|19043-234573201|1904300234573201|5!n11!n|^(\d{5})(\d{11})$|16|AT611904300234573201|AT2!n5!n11!n|^AT(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{11})$|20|0|4|||2011-06-20|1
6
-AX|Aland Islands|123456-785|12345600000785|6!n7!n1!n|^(\d{6})(\d{7})(\d{1})$|14|AX2112345600000785|AX2!n6!n7!n1!n|^AX(\d{2})(\d{6})(\d{7})(\d{1})$|18|0|2|||2013-09-05|1
7
-AZ|Azerbaijan|NABZ00000000137010001944|NABZ00000000137010001944|4!a20!c|^([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{20})$|24|AZ21NABZ00000000137010001944|AZ2!n4!a20!c|^AZ(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{20})$|28|0|3|||2012-05-29|0
8
-BH|Bahrain|00001299123456|BMAG00001299123456|4!a14!c|^([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{14})$|22|BH67BMAG00001299123456|BH2!n4!a14!c|^BH(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{14})$|22|0|3|||2012-05-29|0
9
-BE|Belgium|539-0075470-34|539007547034|3!n7!n2!n|^(\d{3})(\d{7})(\d{2})$|12|BE68539007547034|BE2!n3!n7!n2!n|^BE(\d{2})(\d{3})(\d{7})(\d{2})$|16|0|2|||2011-06-20|1
10
-BA|Bosnia and Herzegovina|199-044-00012002-79|1990440001200279|3!n3!n8!n2!n|^(\d{3})(\d{3})(\d{8})(\d{2})$|16|BA391290079401028494|BA2!n3!n3!n8!n2!n|^BA(\d{2})(\d{3})(\d{3})(\d{8})(\d{2})$|20|0|2|3|5|2011-06-20|0
11
-BR|Brazil|0009795493C1|00360305000010009795493P1|8!n5!n10!n1!a1!c|^(\d{8})(\d{5})(\d{10})([A-Z]{1})([A-Za-z0-9]{1})$|25|BR2300360305000010009795493P1BR1800000000141455123924100C2|BR2!n8!n5!n10!n1!a1!c|^BR(\d{2})(\d{8})(\d{5})(\d{10})([A-Z]{1})([A-Za-z0-9]{1})$|29|0|7|8|12|2013-06-20|0
12
-BG|Bulgaria|BNBG 9661 1020 3456 78|BNBG96611020345678|4!a4!n2!n8!c|^([A-Z]{4})(\d{4})(\d{2})([A-Za-z0-9]{8})$|18|BG80BNBG96611020345678|BG2!n4!a4!n2!n8!c|^BG(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})(\d{4})(\d{2})([A-Za-z0-9]{8})$|22|0|3|4|7|2011-06-20|1
13
-CR|Costa Rica|1026284066|15202001026284066|3!n14!n|^(\d{3})(\d{14})$|7|CR91202001026284066|CR2!n3!n14!n|^CR(\d{2})(\d{3})(\d{14})$|21|0|2|||2012-05-29|0
14
-HR|Croatia|1001005-1863000160|10010051863000160|7!n10!n|^(\d{7})(\d{10})$|17|HR1210010051863000160|HR2!n7!n10!n|^HR(\d{2})(\d{7})(\d{10})$|21|0|6|||2011-06-20|1
15
-CY|Cyprus|1200527600|002001280000001200527600|3!n5!n16!c|^(\d{3})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{16})$|24|CY17002001280000001200527600|CY2!n3!n5!n16!c|^CY(\d{2})(\d{3})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{16})$|28|0|2|3|7|2011-06-20|1
16
-CZ|Czech Republic|19-2000145399/0800|08000000192000145399|4!n6!n10!n|^(\d{4})(\d{6})(\d{10})$|20|CZ6508000000192000145399|CZ2!n4!n6!n10!n|^CZ(\d{2})(\d{4})(\d{6})(\d{10})$|24|0|3|4|9|2011-06-20|1
17
-DK|Denmark|0040 0440116243, 6460 0001631634, 6471 0001000206|00400440116243, 64600001631634, 64710001000206|4!n9!n1!n|^(\d{4})(\d{9})(\d{1})$|14|DK5000400440116243|DK2!n4!n9!n1!n|^DK(\d{2})(\d{4})(\d{9})(\d{1})$|18|0|3|||2011-06-20|1
18
-FO|Faroe Islands|0040 0440116243, 6460 0001631634, 6471 0001000206|00400440116243, 64600001631634, 64710001000206|4!n9!n1!n|^(\d{4})(\d{9})(\d{1})$|14|FO2000400440116243|FO2!n4!n9!n1!n|^FO(\d{2})(\d{4})(\d{9})(\d{1})$|18|0|3|||2011-06-20|0
19
-GL|Greenland|0040 0440116243, 6460 0001631634, 6471 0001000206|00400440116243, 64600001631634, 64710001000206|4!n9!n1!n|^(\d{4})(\d{9})(\d{1})$|14|GL2000400440116243|GL2!n4!n9!n1!n|^GL(\d{2})(\d{4})(\d{9})(\d{1})$|18|0|3|||2011-06-20|0
20
-DO|Dominican Republic|1212453611324|AGR00000001212453611324|4!c20!n|^([A-Za-z0-9]{4})(\d{20})$|24|DO28BAGR00000001212453611324|DO2!n4!c20!n|^DO(\d{2})([A-Za-z0-9]{4})(\d{20})$|28|0|3|||2011-06-20|0
21
-EE|Estonia|221020145685|2200221020145685|2!n2!n11!n1!n|^(\d{2})(\d{2})(\d{11})(\d{1})$|16|EE382200221020145685|EE2!n2!n2!n11!n1!n|^EE(\d{2})(\d{2})(\d{2})(\d{11})(\d{1})$|20|0|1|||2011-06-20|1
22
-FI|Finland|123456-785|12345600000785|6!n7!n1!n|^(\d{6})(\d{7})(\d{1})$|14|FI2112345600000785|FI2!n6!n7!n1!n|^FI(\d{2})(\d{6})(\d{7})(\d{1})$|18|0|2|||2013-08-05|1
23
-FR|France|20041 01005 0500013M026 06|20041010050500013M02606|5!n5!n11!c2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|23|FR1420041010050500013M02606|FR2!n5!n5!n11!c2!n|^FR(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2013-08-28|1
24
-BL|Saint Barthelemy|20041 01005 0500013M026 06|20041010050500013M02606|5!n5!n11!c2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|23|BL9820041010050500013M02606|BL2!n5!n5!n11!c2!n|^BL(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2013-02-08|0
25
-GF|French Guyana|20041 01005 0500013M026 06|20041010050500013M02606|5!n5!n11!c2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|23|GF4120041010050500013M02606|GF2!n5!n5!n11!c2!n|^GF(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2013-08-28|1
26
-GP|Guadelope|20041 01005 0500013M026 06|20041010050500013M02606|5!n5!n11!c2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|23|GP1120041010050500013M02606|GP2!n5!n5!n11!c2!n|^GP(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2013-08-28|1
27
-MF|Saint Martin (French Part)|20041 01005 0500013M026 06|20041010050500013M02606|5!n5!n11!c2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|23|MF9820041010050500013M02606|MF2!n5!n5!n11!c2!n|^MF(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2013-02-08|0
28
-MQ|Martinique|20041 01005 0500013M026 06|20041010050500013M02606|5!n5!n11!c2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|23|MQ5120041010050500013M02606|MQ2!n5!n5!n11!c2!n|^MQ(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2013-08-28|1
29
-RE|Reunion|20041 01005 0500013M026 06|20041010050500013M02606|5!n5!n11!c2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|23|RE4220041010050500013M02606|RE2!n5!n5!n11!c2!n|^RE(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2013-08-28|1
30
-PF|French Polynesia|20041 01005 0500013M026 06|20041010050500013M02606|5!n5!n11!c2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|23|PF5720041010050500013M02606|PF2!n5!n5!n11!c2!n|^PF(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2011-06-20|0
31
-TF|French Southern Territories|20041 01005 0500013M026 06|20041010050500013M02606|5!n5!n11!c2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|23|TF2120041010050500013M02606|TF2!n5!n5!n11!c2!n|^TF(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2011-06-20|0
32
-YT|Mayotte|20041 01005 0500013M026 06|20041010050500013M02606|5!n5!n11!c2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|23|YT3120041010050500013M02606|YT2!n5!n5!n11!c2!n|^YT(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2013-08-28|1
33
-NC|New Caledonia|20041 01005 0500013M026 06|20041010050500013M02606|5!n5!n11!c2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|23|NC8420041010050500013M02606|NC2!n5!n5!n11!c2!n|^NC(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2011-06-20|0
34
-PM|Saint Pierre et Miquelon|20041 01005 0500013M026 06|20041010050500013M02606|5!n5!n11!c2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|23|PM3620041010050500013M02606|PM2!n5!n5!n11!c2!n|^PM(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2013-08-28|1
35
-WF|Wallis and Futuna Islands|20041 01005 0500013M026 06|20041010050500013M02606|5!n5!n11!c2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|23|WF9120041010050500013M02606|WF2!n5!n5!n11!c2!n|^WF(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2011-06-20|0
36
-GE|Georgia|0000000101904917|NB0000000101904917|2!a16!n|^([A-Z]{2})(\d{16})$|18|GE29NB0000000101904917|GE2!n2!a16!n|^GE(\d{2})([A-Z]{2})(\d{16})$|22|0|1|||2011-06-20|0
37
-DE|Germany|37040044-532013000|370400440532013000|8!n10!n|^(\d{8})(\d{10})$|18|DE89370400440532013000|DE2!n8!n10!n|^DE(\d{2})(\d{8})(\d{10})$|22|0|7|||2011-06-20|1
38
-GI|Gibraltar|0000 00007099 453|NWBK000000007099453|4!a15!c|^([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{15})$|19|GI75NWBK000000007099453|GI2!n4!a15!c|^GI(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{15})$|23|0|3|||2011-06-20|1
39
-GR|Greece|01250000000012300695|01101250000000012300695|3!n4!n16!c|^(\d{3})(\d{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{16})$|23|GR1601101250000000012300695|GR2!n3!n4!n16!c|^GR(\d{2})(\d{3})(\d{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{16})$|27|0|2|3|6|2011-06-20|1
40
-GT|Guatemala|01020000001210029690|TRAJ01020000001210029690|4!c20!c|^([A-Za-z0-9]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{20})$|24|GT82TRAJ01020000001210029690|GT2!n4!c20!c|^GT(\d{2})([A-Za-z0-9]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{20})$|28|0|3|||2012-05-29|0
41
-HU|Hungary|11773016-11111018-00000000|117730161111101800000000|3!n4!n1!n15!n1!n|^(\d{3})(\d{4})(\d{1})(\d{15})(\d{1})$|24|HU42117730161111101800000000|HU2!n3!n4!n1!n15!n1!n|^HU(\d{2})(\d{3})(\d{4})(\d{1})(\d{15})(\d{1})$|28|0|2|3|6|2011-06-20|1
42
-IS|Iceland|0159-26-007654-551073-0339|0159260076545510730339|4!n2!n6!n10!n|^(\d{4})(\d{2})(\d{6})(\d{10})$|22|IS140159260076545510730339|IS2!n4!n2!n6!n10!n|^IS(\d{2})(\d{4})(\d{2})(\d{6})(\d{10})$|26|0|3|6|11|2011-06-20|1
43
-IE|Ireland|93-11-52 12345678|AIBK93115212345678|4!a6!n8!n|^([A-Z]{4})(\d{6})(\d{8})$|18|IE29AIBK93115212345678|IE2!n4!a6!n8!n|^IE(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})(\d{6})(\d{8})$|22|0|3|4|9|2011-06-20|1
44
-IL|Israel|10-800-99999999|100800000099999000|3!n3!n13!n|^(\d{3})(\d{3})(\d{13})$|19|IL620108000000099999999|IL2!n3!n3!n13!n|^IL(\d{2})(\d{3})(\d{3})(\d{13})$|23|0|2|3|5|2011-06-20|0
45
-IT|Italy|X 05428 11101 000000123456|X0542811101000000123456|1!a5!n5!n12!c|^([A-Z]{1})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{12})$|23|IT60X0542811101000000123456|IT2!n1!a5!n5!n12!c|^IT(\d{2})([A-Z]{1})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{12})$|27|0|5|6|10|2011-06-20|1
46
-JO|Jordan|1310000302|CBJO0010000000000131000302|4!a4!n18!c|^([A-Z]{4})(\d{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{18})$|26|JO94CBJO0010000000000131000302|JO2!n4!a4!n18!c|^JO(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})(\d{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{18})$|30|0|3|4|7|2014-06-05|0
47
-KZ|Kazakhstan|KZ86 125K ZT50 0410 0100|125KZT5004100100|3!n13!c|^(\d{3})([A-Za-z0-9]{13})$|16|KZ07|KZ2!n3!n13!c|^KZ(\d{2})(\d{3})([A-Za-z0-9]{13})$||0|2|||2014-06-05|0
48
-KW|Kuwait|CBKU0000000000001234560101|CBKU0000000000001234560101|4!a22!c|^([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{22})$|26|KW81CBKU0000000000001234560101|KW2!n4!a22!n|^KW(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})(\d{22})$|30|0|3|||2011-06-20|0
49
-LV|Latvia|BANK 0000 4351 9500 1|BANK0000435195001|4!a13!c|^([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{13})$|17|LV80BANK0000435195001|LV2!n4!a13!c|^LV(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{13})$|21|0|3|||2011-06-20|1
50
-LB|Lebanon|01 001 901229114|0999 0000 0001 0019 0122 9114|4!n20!c|^(\d{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{20})$|24|LB62099900000001001901229114|LB2!n4!n20!c|^LB(\d{2})(\d{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{20})$|28|0|3|||2011-06-20|0
51
-LI|Liechtenstein|8810 2324013AA|088100002324013AA|5!n12!c|^(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{12})$|19|LI21088100002324013AA|LI2!n5!n12!c|^LI(\d{2})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{12})$|21|0|4|||2012-05-29|1
52
-LT|Lithuania|1000 0111 0100 1000|10000011101001000|5!n11!n|^(\d{5})(\d{11})$|16|LT121000011101001000|LT2!n5!n11!n|^LT(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{11})$|20|0|4|||2011-06-20|1
53
-LU|Luxembourg|0019 4006 4475 0000|0019400644750000|3!n13!c|^(\d{3})([A-Za-z0-9]{13})$|16|LU280019400644750000|LU2!n3!n13!c|^LU(\d{2})(\d{3})([A-Za-z0-9]{13})$|20|0|2|||2011-06-20|1
54
-MK|Macedonia|300 0000000424 25|250120000058984|3!n10!c2!n|^(\d{3})([A-Za-z0-9]{10})(\d{2})$|15|MK07250120000058984|MK2!n3!n10!c2!n|^MK(\d{2})(\d{3})([A-Za-z0-9]{10})(\d{2})$|19|0|2|||2012-05-29|0
55
-MT|Malta|12345MTLCAST001S|MALT011000012345MTLCAST001S|4!a5!n18!c|^([A-Z]{4})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{18})$|27|MT84MALT011000012345MTLCAST001S|MT2!n4!a5!n18!c|^MT(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{18})$|31|0|3|4|8|2011-06-20|1
56
-MR|Mauritania|00020 00101 00001234567 53|00020001010000123456753|5!n5!n11!n2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})(\d{11})(\d{2})$|23|MR1300020001010000123456753|MR135!n5!n11!n2!n|^MR13(\d{5})(\d{5})(\d{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2011-06-20|0
57
-MU|Mauritius|BOMM 0101 1010 3030 0200 000M UR|BOMM0101101030300200000MUR|4!a2!n2!n12!n3!n3!a|^([A-Z]{4})(\d{2})(\d{2})(\d{12})(\d{3})([A-Z]{3})$|26|MU17BOMM0101101030300200000MUR|MU2!n4!a2!n2!n12!n3!n3!a|^MU(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})(\d{2})(\d{2})(\d{12})(\d{3})([A-Z]{3})$|30|0|5|6|7|2011-06-20|0
58
-MD|Moldova|00225100013104168|AG000225100013104168|2!c18!c|^([A-Za-z0-9]{2})([A-Za-z0-9]{18})$|20|MD24AG000225100013104168|MD2!n20!c|^MD(\d{2})([A-Za-z0-9]{20})$|24|0|1|||2012-09-09|0
59
-MC|Monaco|0011111000h|11222 00001 01234567890 30|5!n5!n11!c2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|23|MC5811222000010123456789030|MC2!n5!n5!n11!c2!n|^MC(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{11})(\d{2})$|27|0|4|5|9|2011-06-20|1
60
-ME|Montenegro|505 0000123456789 51|505000012345678951|3!n13!n2!n|^(\d{3})(\d{13})(\d{2})$|18|ME25505000012345678951|ME2!n3!n13!n2!n|^ME(\d{2})(\d{3})(\d{13})(\d{2})$|22|0|2|||2011-06-20|0
61
-NL|The Netherlands|041 71 64 300|ABNA0417164300|4!a10!n|^([A-Z]{4})(\d{10})$|14|NL91ABNA0417164300|NL2!n4!a10!n|^NL(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})(\d{10})$|18|0|3|4|3|2013-06-20|1
62
-NO|Norway|8601 11 17947|86011117947|4!n6!n1!n|^(\d{4})(\d{6})(\d{1})$|11|NO9386011117947|NO2!n4!n6!n1!n|^NO(\d{2})(\d{4})(\d{6})(\d{1})$|15|0|3|||2011-06-20|1
63
-PK|Pakistan|00260101036360|SCBL0000001123456702|4!a16!c|^([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{16})$|20|PK36SCBL0000001123456702|PK2!n4!a16!c|^PK(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{16})$|24|0|3|||2012-05-29|0
64
-PL|Poland|61 1090 1014 0000 0712 1981 2874|109010140000071219812874|8!n16!n|^(\d{8})(\d{16})$|24|PL61109010140000071219812874|PL2!n8!n16n|^PL(\d{2})(\d{8})(\d{1,16})$|28|0|7|||2011-06-20|1
65
-PS|Palestine|400123456702|PALS000000000400123456702|4!a21!c|^([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{21})$|25|PS92PALS000000000400123456702|PS2!n4!a21!c|^PS(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{21})$|29|0|3|||2013-09-05|0
66
-PT|Portugal|0002.0123.12345678901.54|000201231234567890154|4!n4!n11!n2!n|^(\d{4})(\d{4})(\d{11})(\d{2})$|21|PT50000201231234567890154|PT2!n4!n4!n11!n2!n|^PT(\d{2})(\d{4})(\d{4})(\d{11})(\d{2})$|25|0|3|4|7|2013-09-05|1
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-QA|Qatar|QA58DOHB00001234567890ABCDEFG|DOHB00001234567890ABCDEFG|4!a4!n17!c|^([A-Z]{4})(\d{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{17})$|29|QA58DOHB00001234567890ABCDEFG|QA2!n4!a4!n17!c|^QA(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})(\d{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{17})$|29|0|3|4|7|2014-06-05|0
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-RO|Romania|AAAA 1B31 0075 9384 0000|AAAA1B31007593840000|4!a16!c|^([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{16})$|20|RO49AAAA1B31007593840000|RO2!n4!a16!c|^RO(\d{2})([A-Z]{4})([A-Za-z0-9]{16})$|24|0|3|||2011-06-20|1
69
-SM|San Marino|U032 2509 8000 0000 0270 100|U0322509800000000270100|1!a5!n5!n12!c|^([A-Z]{1})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{12})$|23|SM86U0322509800000000270100|SM2!n1!a5!n5!n12!c|^SM(\d{2})([A-Z]{1})(\d{5})(\d{5})([A-Za-z0-9]{12})$|27|0|5|6|10|2011-06-20|1
70
-SA|Saudi Arabia|608010167519|80000000608010167519|2!n18!c|^(\d{2})([A-Za-z0-9]{18})$|20|SA0380000000608010167519|SA2!n2!n18!c|^SA(\d{2})(\d{2})([A-Za-z0-9]{18})$|24|0|1|||2012-05-29|0
71
-RS|Serbia|260-0056010016113-79|260005601001611379|3!n13!n2!n|^(\d{3})(\d{13})(\d{2})$|18|RS35260005601001611379|RS2!n3!n13!n2!n|^RS(\d{2})(\d{3})(\d{13})(\d{2})$|22|0|2|||2011-06-20|0
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-SK|Slovak Republic|19-8742637541/1200|12000000198742637541|4!n6!n10!n|^(\d{4})(\d{6})(\d{10})$|20|SK3112000000198742637541|SK2!n4!n6!n10!n|^SK(\d{2})(\d{4})(\d{6})(\d{10})$|24|0|3|4|9|2011-06-20|1
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-SI|Slovenia|2633 0001 2039 086|263300012039086|5!n8!n2!n|^(\d{5})(\d{8})(\d{2})$|15|SI56191000000123438|SI2!n5!n8!n2!n|^SI(\d{2})(\d{5})(\d{8})(\d{2})$|19|0|1|2|4|2012-09-09|1
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-<?php
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-
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-# this script converts the IBAN_registry.txt file's entries to registry.txt format (php-iban's required internal format).
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-
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-# init
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-require_once(dirname(dirname(__FILE__)) . '/php-iban.php');
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-date_default_timezone_set('UTC'); # mutes a warning
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-
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-# read registry
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-$data = `iconv -f utf8 -t ascii --byte-subst="<0x%x>" --unicode-subst="<U+%04X>" 'IBAN_Registry.txt'`;
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-if($data == '') { die("Couldn't read IBAN_Registry.txt - try downloading from the location described in the REGISTRY-URL file."); }
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-
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-# print header line
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-print "country_code|country_name|domestic_example|bban_example|bban_format_swift|bban_format_regex|bban_length|iban_example|iban_format_swift|iban_format_regex|iban_length|bban_bankid_start_offset|bban_bankid_stop_offset|bban_branchid_start_offset|bban_branchid_stop_offset|registry_edition|country_sepa\n";
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-
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-# break in to lines
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-$lines = preg_split('/[\r\n]+/',$data);
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-
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-# display
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-foreach($lines as $line) {
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- # if it's not a blank line, and it's not the header row
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- if($line != '' && !preg_match('/SEPA Country/',$line)) {
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-  # extract individual tab-separated fields
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-  $bits = explode("\t",$line);
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-  # remove quotes and superfluous whitespace on fields that have them.
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-  for($i=0;$i<count($bits);$i++) {
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-   $bits[$i] = preg_replace('/^"(.*)"$/','$1',$bits[$i]);
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-   $bits[$i] = preg_replace('/^ */','',$bits[$i]);
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-   $bits[$i] = preg_replace('/ *$/','',$bits[$i]);
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-  }
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-  # assigned fields to named variables
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-#  print "-------\n";
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-#  print $line;
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-#  print "-------\n";
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-  list($country_name,$country_code,$domestic_example,$bban,$bban_structure,$bban_length,$bban_bi_position,$bban_bi_length,$bban_bi_example,$bban_example,$iban,$iban_structure,$iban_length,$iban_electronic_example,$iban_print_example,$country_sepa,$contact_details) = $bits;
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-  # sanitise
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-  $country_code = strtoupper(substr($country_code,0,2));       # sanitise comments away
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-  $bban_structure = preg_replace('/[:;]/','',$bban_structure); # errors seen in Germany, Hungary entries
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-  $iban_structure = preg_replace('/, .*$/','',$iban_structure); # duplicates for FO, GL seen in DK
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-  $iban_electronic_example = preg_replace('/, .*$/','',$iban_electronic_example); # duplicates for FO, GL seen in DK
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-  if($country_code=='MU') {
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-   $iban_electronic_example = str_replace(' ','',$iban_electronic_example); # MU example has a spurious space
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-  }
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-  if($country_code=='CZ') {
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-   $iban_electronic_example = preg_replace('/ \w{10,}+$/','',$iban_electronic_example); # extra example for CZ
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-   $iban_print_example = preg_replace('/^(CZ.. .... .... .... .... ....).*$/','$1',$iban_print_example); # extra example
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-  }
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-  if($country_code=='FI') {
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-   # remove additional example
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-   $iban_electronic_example = preg_replace('/ or .*$/','',$iban_electronic_example);
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-   # fix bban example to remove verbosity and match domestic example
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-   $bban = '12345600000785';
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-  }
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-  if($country_code=='KZ') {
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-   # fix presence of multiline free-text in KZ IBAN structure field
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-   $iban_structure = '2!a2!n3!n13!c';
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-  }
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-  if($country_code=='QA') {
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-   # fix the lack BBAN structure provision in the TXT format registry
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-   $bban_structure = '4!a4!n17!c';
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-   # fix broken IBAN structure provision
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-   $iban_structure = 'QA2!n4!a4!n17!c';
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-  }
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-  if($country_code=='JO') {
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-   $bban_bi_length=4; # not '4!a' as suggested
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-  }
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-  $iban_print_example = preg_replace('/, .*$/','',$iban_print_example); # DK includes FO and GL examples in one record
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-
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-  # drop leading 2!a in iban structure.
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-  #  .. should actually be the country code in question
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-  if(substr($iban_structure,0,3) == '2!a') {
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-   $iban_structure = $country_code . substr($iban_structure,3);
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-  }
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-
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-  # calculate $bban_regex from $bban_structure
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-  $bban_regex = swift_to_regex($bban_structure);
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-  # calculate $iban_regex from $iban_structure
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-  $iban_regex = swift_to_regex($iban_structure);
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-  print "[DEBUG] got $iban_regex from $iban_structure\n";
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-
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- # debugging
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- if(true) {
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-  print "[$country_name ($country_code)]\n";
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-  print "Domestic account number example: $domestic_example\n";
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-  print "BBAN structure:                  $bban_structure\n";
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-  print "BBAN length:                     $bban_length\n";
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-  print "BBAN bank identifier position:   $bban_bi_position\n";
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-  print "BBAN bank identifier length:     $bban_bi_length\n";
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-  print "BBAN bank identifier example:    $bban_bi_example\n";
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-  print "BBAN example:                    $bban_example\n";
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-  print "BBAN regex (calculated):         $bban_regex\n";
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-  print "IBAN structure:                  $iban_structure\n";
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-  print "IBAN length:                     $iban_length\n";
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-  print "IBAN electronic format example:  $iban_electronic_example\n";
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-  print "IBAN print format example:       $iban_print_example\n";
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-  print "IBAN Regex (calculated):         $iban_regex\n";
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-  print "SEPA country:                    $country_sepa\n";
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-  print "Contact details:                 $contact_details\n\n";
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- }
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-
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-  # calculate numeric $bban_length
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-  $bban_length = preg_replace('/[^\d]/','',$bban_length);
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-  # calculate numeric $iban_length
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-  $iban_length = preg_replace('/[^\d]/','',$iban_length);
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-  # calculate bban_bankid_<start|stop>_offset
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-  # .... First we have to parse the freetext $bban_bi_position, eg: 
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-  # Bank Identifier 1-3, Branch Identifier
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-  # Position 1-2
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-  # Positions 1-2
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-  # Positions 1-3
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-  # Positions 1-3 ;Branch is not available
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-  # Positions 1-3, Branch identifier
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-  # Positions 1-3, Branch identifier positions
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-  # Positions 1-4
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-  # Positions 1-4, Branch identifier
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-  # Positions 1-4, Branch identifier positions
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-  # Positions 1-5
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-  # Positions 1-5 (positions 1-2 bank identifier; positions 3-5 branch identifier). In case of payment institutions Positions 1-5, Branch identifier positions
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-  # Positions 1-6,  Branch identifier positions
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-  # Positions 1-6. First two digits of bank identifier indicate the bank or banking group (For example, 1 or 2 for Nordea, 31 for Handelsbanken, 5 for cooperative banks etc)
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-  # Positions 1-7
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-  # Positions 1-8
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-  # Positions 2-6, Branch identifier positions
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-  # positions 1-3, Branch identifier positions
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-  #
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-  #  ... our algorithm is as follows:
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-  #   - find all <digit>-<digit> tokens
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-  preg_match_all('/(\d)-(\d\d?)/',$bban_bi_position,$matches);
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-  #   - discard overlaps ({1-5,1-2,3-5} becomes {1-2,3-5})
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-  $tmptokens = array();
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-  for($j=0;$j<count($matches[0]);$j++) {
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-   #print "tmptokens was... " . print_r($tmptokens,1) . "\n";
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-   $from = $matches[1][$j];
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-   $to = $matches[2][$j];
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-   #      (if we don't yet have a match starting here, or it goes further,
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-   #       overwrite the match-from-this-position record)
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-   if(!isset($tmptokens[$from]) || $to < $tmptokens[$from]) {
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-    $tmptokens[$from] = $to;
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-   }
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-  }
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-  unset($matches); # done
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-  #   - assume the token starting from position 1 is the bank identifier
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-  #     (or, if it does not exist, the token starting from position 2)
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-  $bban_bankid_start_offset = 0;              # decrement 1 on assignment
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-  if(isset($tmptokens[1])) {
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-   $bban_bankid_stop_offset = $tmptokens[1]-1; # decrement 1 on assignment
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-   unset($tmptokens[1]);
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-  }
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-  else {
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-   $bban_bankid_stop_offset = $tmptokens[2]-1; # decrement 1 on assignment
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-   unset($tmptokens[2]);
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-  }
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-  #   - assume any subsequent token, if present, is the branch identifier.
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-  $tmpkeys = array_keys($tmptokens);
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-  $start = array_shift($tmpkeys);
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-  unset($tmpkeys); # done
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-  $bban_branchid_start_offset='';
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-  $bban_branchid_stop_offset='';
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-  if($start!= '') {
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-   # we have a branch identifier!
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-   $bban_branchid_start_offset=$start-1;
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-   $bban_branchid_stop_offset=$tmptokens[$start]-1;
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-  }
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-  else {
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-   # (note: this codepath occurs for around two thirds of all records)
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-   # we have not yet found a branch identifier. HOWEVER, we can analyse the
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-   # structure of the BBAN to determine whether there is more than one
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-   # remaining non-tiny field (tiny fields on the end of a BBAN typically
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-   # being checksums) and, if so, assume that the first/shorter one is the
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-   # branch identifier.
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-   $reduced_bban_structure = preg_replace('/^\d+![nac]/','',$bban_structure);
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-#   print "[DEBUG] reduced BBAN structure = $reduced_bban_structure\n";
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-   $tokens = swift_tokenize($reduced_bban_structure,1);
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-#   print "[DEBUG] tokens = " + json_encode($tokens,1);
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-   # discard any tokens of length 1 or 2
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-   for($t=0;$t<count($tokens[0]);$t++) {
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-    if($tokens[1][$t] < 3) {
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-     $tokens['discarded'][$t] = 1;
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-    }
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-   }
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-   # interesting fields are those that are not discarded...
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-   if(!isset($tokens['discarded'])) {
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-    $interesting_field_count = count($tokens[0]); }
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-   else {
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-    $interesting_field_count = (count($tokens[0])-count($tokens['discarded']));
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-   }
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-#   print "[DEBUG] interesting field count = $interesting_field_count\n";
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-   # ...if we have at least two of them, there's a branchid-type field
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-   if($interesting_field_count >= 2) {
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-    # now loop through until we assign the branchid start offset
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-    # (this occurs just after the first non-discarded field)
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-    $found=0;
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-    for($f=0; (($found==0) && ($f<count($tokens[0]))); $f++) {
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-     # if this is a non-discarded token, of >2 length...
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-     if((!isset($tokens['discarded'][$f]) || $tokens['discarded'][$f] != 1) && $tokens[1][$f]>2) {
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-      # ... then assign.
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-      $pre_offset = $bban_bankid_stop_offset+1; # this is the offset before we reduced the structure to remove the bankid field
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-      $bban_branchid_start_offset = $pre_offset + $tokens['offset'][$f];
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-      $bban_branchid_stop_offset  = $pre_offset + $tokens['offset'][$f] + $tokens[1][$f] - 1; # decrement by one on assignment
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-      $found=1;
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-     }
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-    }
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-   }
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-  }
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-  # fix for Jordan
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-  if($country_code == 'JO') {
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-   $bban_bankid_start_offset = 0;
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-   $bban_bankid_stop_offset = 3;
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-   $bban_branchid_start_offset = 4;
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-   $bban_branchid_stop_offset = 7;
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-  }
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-  # calculate 1=Yes, 0=No for $country_sepa
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-  # NOTE: This is buggy due to the free inclusion of random text by the registry publishers.
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-  #       Notably it requires modification for places like Finland and Portugal where these
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-  #       comments are known to exist.
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-  if(strtolower($country_sepa)=='yes') { $country_sepa=1; } else { $country_sepa = 0; }
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-  # set registry edition
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-  $registry_edition = date('Y-m-d');
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-  # now prepare generate our registry lines...
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-  $to_generate = array($country_code=>$country_name);
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-  if($country_code == 'DK') {
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-   $to_generate = array('DK'=>$country_name,'FO'=>'Faroe Islands','GL'=>'Greenland');
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-  }
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-  elseif($country_code == 'FR') {
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-   $to_generate = array('FR'=>$country_name,'BL'=>'Saint Barthelemy','GF'=>'French Guyana','GP'=>'Guadelope','MF'=>'Saint Martin (French Part)','MQ'=>'Martinique','RE'=>'Reunion','PF'=>'French Polynesia','TF'=>'French Southern Territories','YT'=>'Mayotte','NC'=>'New Caledonia','PM'=>'Saint Pierre et Miquelon','WF'=>'Wallis and Futuna Islands');
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-  }
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-  # output loop
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-  foreach($to_generate as $country_code=>$country_name) {
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-   # fixes for fields duplicating country code
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-   #print "CHECKSUM-BEFORE[$country_code] = $iban_electronic_example\n";
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-   $iban_electronic_example = iban_set_checksum($country_code .  substr($iban_electronic_example,2));
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-   #print "CHECKSUM-AFTER[$country_code]  = $iban_electronic_example\n";
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-   $iban_structure = $country_code . substr($iban_structure,2);
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-   # step 1
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-   $iban_regex_fixed = '^' . $country_code;
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-   $tmp_country_code = substr($iban_regex,1,2);
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-   #print "[DEBUG] $tmp_country_code\n";
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-   # route #1 ... here we are dealing with a country code in the string already
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-   if(preg_match('/^[A-Z][A-Z]$/',$tmp_country_code)) {
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-    #print "[DEBUG] route #1\n";
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-    $iban_regex_fixed = $iban_regex_fixed . substr($iban_regex,3);
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-   }
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-   # route #2 ... here there is no country code yet present
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-   else {
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-    #print "[DEBUG] route #2\n";
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-    $iban_regex_fixed = $iban_regex_fixed . substr($iban_regex,1);
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-   }
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-   #print "[DEBUG] substited '$iban_regex_fixed' for '$iban_regex'\n";
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-   # output
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-   print "$country_code|$country_name|$domestic_example|$bban_example|$bban_structure|$bban_regex|$bban_length|$iban_electronic_example|$iban_structure|$iban_regex_fixed|$iban_length|$bban_bankid_start_offset|$bban_bankid_stop_offset|$bban_branchid_start_offset|$bban_branchid_stop_offset|$registry_edition|$country_sepa\n";
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-  }
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- }
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-}
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-# swift_to_regex()
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-#  converts the SWIFT IBAN format specifications to regular expressions
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-#  eg: 4!n6!n1!n -> ^(\d{4})(\d{6})(\d{1})$
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-function swift_to_regex($swift) {
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- # first find tokens
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- $matches = swift_tokenize($swift);
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- # now replace bits
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- $tr = '^' . $swift . '$';
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- # loop through each matched token
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- for($i=0;$i<count($matches[0]);$i++) {
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-  # calculate replacement
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-  $replacement = '(TOKEN)';
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-  # type 'n'
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-  if($matches[3][$i] == 'n') { 
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-   $replacement = '(\d{length})';
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-  }
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-  # type 'c'
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-  elseif($matches[3][$i] == 'c') {
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-   $replacement = '([A-Za-z0-9]{length})';
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-  }
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-  # type 'a'
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-  elseif($matches[3][$i] == 'a') {
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-   $replacement = '([A-Z]{length})';
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-#' . $matches[1][$i] . '})';
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-  }
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-  else {
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-   print "unknown type: $matches[3][$i]\n";
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-  # now add length indicator to the token
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-  $length = '(LENGTH)';
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-  if($matches[2][$i] == '!') {
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-    $length = $matches[1][$i];
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-  }
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-  else {
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-   $length = '1,' . $matches[1][$i];
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-  }
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-  $replacement = preg_replace('/length/',$length,$replacement,1);
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-  # finally, replace the entire token with the replacement
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-  $tr = preg_replace('/' . $matches[0][$i] . '/',$replacement,$tr,1);
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- return $tr;
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-}
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-# swift_tokenize()
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-#  fetch individual tokens in a swift structural string
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-function swift_tokenize($string,$calculate_offsets=0) {
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- preg_match_all('/((?:\d*?[1-2])?\d)(!)?([anc])/',$string,$matches);
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-  #print "ANALYSE[raw]: " . join(',',$matches['offset']);
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-<?php
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-
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-# Basic test script for the object-oriented version of the php-iban library
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-#  - Exit status is 0 in case of success, or the number of failed tests
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-#    in case of failure
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-
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-# Engine configuration
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-#  - first we enable error display
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-ini_set('display_errors',1);
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-#  - next we ensure that all errors are displayed
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-ini_set('error_reporting',E_ALL);
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-
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-# include the object oriented version of the library itself
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-require_once(dirname(dirname(__FILE__)) . '/oophp-iban.php');
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-
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-# display registry contents
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-#print_r($_iban_registry);
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-
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-# init
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-$errors=0;
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-
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-# Try to validate an invalid IBAN
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-$iban = "(@#(*@*ZV-This is NOT an IBAN!";
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-$myIban = new IBAN($iban);
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-if($myIban->verify()) {
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- print "ERROR: An invalid IBAN was validated!\n";
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- $errors++;
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-}
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-print "Hooray! - Invalid IBAN successfully rejected.\n\n";
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-
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-# Broken IIBAN
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-$broken_iiban = 'AA12011123ZS6';
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-$myIban = new IBAN($broken_iiban);
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-$suggestions = $myIban->MistranscriptionSuggestions();
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-if(count($suggestions)) {
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- print "Hooray!  Successfully derived '" . implode(',',$suggestions) . "' as likely transcription error source suggestion(s) for the incorrect IBAN $broken_iiban.\n";
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