test_verhoeff.doctest - more detailed doctests for stdnum.verhoeff module
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This file contains more detailed doctests for the stdnum.verhoeff module. It
tries to test more corner cases and detailed functionality that is not
really useful as module documentation.
>>> from stdnum import verhoeff
These are normal variations that should just work. Calculating checksums:
>>> verhoeff.checksum('654')
1
>>> verhoeff.checksum('1428570')
0
>>> verhoeff.checksum('398438246238642378648236487236482734')
3
The same numbers but now simply ask for validation:
>>> verhoeff.validate('654')
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
InvalidChecksum: ...
>>> verhoeff.validate('1428570')
'1428570'
>>> verhoeff.validate('398438246238642378648236487236482734')
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
InvalidChecksum: ...
Adding a check digit to the numbers so they are all valid:
>>> verhoeff.calc_check_digit('654')
'8'
>>> verhoeff.validate('6548')
'6548'
>>> verhoeff.calc_check_digit('1428570')
'8'
>>> verhoeff.validate('1428570')
'1428570'
>>> verhoeff.calc_check_digit('398438246238642378648236487236482734')
'7'
>>> verhoeff.validate('3984382462386423786482364872364827347')
'3984382462386423786482364872364827347'