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NAME

       Business::BR::Ids - Modules for dealing with Brazilian identification codes (CPF, CNPJ,
       ...)

SYNOPSIS

         use Business::BR::Ids;
         my $cpf = '390.533.447-05';
         print "ok as CPF" if test_id('cpf', $cpf);
         my $cnpj = '90.117.749/7654-80';
         print "ok as CNPJ" if test_id('cnpj', $cnpj);

DESCRIPTION

       This is a generic module for handling the various supported operations on Brazilian
       identification numbers and codes.  For example, it is capable to test the correctness of
       CPF, CNPJ and IE numbers without the need for explicitly 'requiring' or 'using' this
       modules (doing it automatically on demand).

       test_id
             test_id($entity_type, @args);
             test_id('cpf', $cpf); # the same as "require Business::BR::CPF; Business::BR::CPF::test_cpf($cpf)"

           Tests for correct inputs of ids which have a corresponding Business::BR module.  For
           now, the supported id types are 'cpf', 'cnpj', 'ie', and 'pis'.

       canon_id
             canon_id($entity_type, @args)

           Transform the input to a canonical form. The canonical form is well-defined and as
           short as possible.  For instance, "canon_id('cpf', '29.128.129-11')" returns
           '02912812911' which has exactly 11 digits and no extra character.

   EXPORT
       "test_id" is exported by default. "canon_id", "format_id", "parse_id" and "random_id" are
       exported on demand.

SEE ALSO

       Details on handling CPF, CNPJ, IE and PIS can be found in the specific modules:

       ·   Business::BR::CPF

       ·   Business::BR::CNPJ

       ·   Business::BR::IE

       ·   Business::BR::PIS

       Please reports bugs via CPAN RT, http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/Bugs.html?Dist=Business-BR-Ids

AUTHOR

       A. R. Ferreira, <ferreira@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       Copyright (C) 2005-2007 by A. R. Ferreira

       This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.