# bsn.py - functions for handling BSNs
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"""BSN (Burgerservicenummer, the Dutch citizen identification number).
The BSN is a unique personal identifier and has been introduced as the
successor to the sofinummer. It is issued to each Dutch national. The number
consists of up to nine digits (the leading zeros are commonly omitted) and
contains a simple checksum.
More information:
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_identification_number#Netherlands
* https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burgerservicenummer
* http://www.burgerservicenummer.nl/
>>> validate('1112.22.333')
'111222333'
>>> validate('1112.52.333')
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
InvalidChecksum: ...
>>> validate('1112223334')
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
InvalidLength: ...
>>> format('111222333')
'1112.22.333'
"""
from stdnum.exceptions import *
from stdnum.util import clean, isdigits
def compact(number):
"""Convert the number to the minimal representation. This strips the
number of any valid separators and removes surrounding whitespace."""
number = clean(number, ' -.').strip()
# pad with leading zeroes
return (9 - len(number)) * '0' + number
def checksum(number):
"""Calculate the checksum over the number. A valid number should have
a checksum of 0."""
return (sum((9 - i) * int(n) for i, n in enumerate(number[:-1])) -
int(number[-1])) % 11
def validate(number):
"""Check if the number is a valid BSN. This checks the length and whether
the check digit is correct."""
number = compact(number)
if not isdigits(number) or int(number) <= 0:
raise InvalidFormat()
if len(number) != 9:
raise InvalidLength()
if checksum(number) != 0:
raise InvalidChecksum()
return number
def is_valid(number):
"""Check if the number is a valid BSN."""
try:
return bool(validate(number))
except ValidationError:
return False
def format(number):
"""Reformat the passed number to the standard presentation format."""
number = compact(number)
return number[:4] + '.' + number[4:6] + '.' + number[6:]