# sedol.py - functions for handling SEDOL numbers
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# Copyright (C) 2015 Arthur de Jong
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"""SEDOL number (Stock Exchange Daily Official List number).
The SEDOL number is a security identifier used in the United Kingdom and
Ireland assigned by the London Stock Exchange. A SEDOL is seven characters
in length consisting of six alphanumeric digits, followed by a check digit.
>>> validate('B15KXQ8')
'B15KXQ8'
>>> validate('B15KXQ7')
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
InvalidChecksum: ...
>>> to_isin('B15KXQ8')
'GB00B15KXQ89'
"""
from stdnum.exceptions import *
from stdnum.util import clean, isdigits
# the letters allowed in an SEDOL (vowels are never used)
_alphabet = '0123456789 BCD FGH JKLMN PQRST VWXYZ'
def compact(number):
"""Convert the number to the minimal representation. This strips the
number of any valid separators and removes surrounding whitespace."""
return clean(number, ' ').strip().upper()
def calc_check_digit(number):
"""Calculate the check digits for the number."""
weights = (1, 3, 1, 7, 3, 9)
s = sum(w * _alphabet.index(n) for w, n in zip(weights, number))
return str((10 - s) % 10)
def validate(number):
"""Check if the number is valid. This checks the length and check
digit."""
number = compact(number)
if not all(x in _alphabet for x in number):
raise InvalidFormat()
if len(number) != 7:
raise InvalidLength()
if isdigits(number[0]) and not isdigits(number):
# new style SEDOLs are supposed to start with a letter, old-style
# numbers should be fully numeric
raise InvalidFormat()
if calc_check_digit(number[:-1]) != number[-1]:
raise InvalidChecksum()
return number
def is_valid(number):
"""Check if the number is valid."""
try:
return bool(validate(number))
except ValidationError:
return False
def to_isin(number):
"""Convert the number to an ISIN."""
from stdnum import isin
return isin.from_natid('GB', number)