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Class::Business::DK::Phonenumber - class to model, validate and format Danish telephonenumbers
This documentation describes version 0.10
use Class::Business::DK::Phonenumber; #Constructor my $phonenumber = Class::Business::DK::Phonenumber->new('+45 12345678'); #Brief human readable Danish phonenumber format with international prefix print $phonenumber->render('%02d %02d %02d %02d'); #a brief form validating a stripping everything my $phonenum = Class::Business::DK::Phonenumber->new('+45 12 34 56 78')->render('%d8'); # 12345678 #for MSISDN like representation with protocol prefix my $phonenum = Class::Business::DK::Phonenumber->new('+45 12 34 56 78')->render('GSM%d10'); # GSM4512345678 #for dialing Denmark with international country prefix and international #calling code for calling outside Denmark 00 my $phonenum = Class::Business::DK::Phonenumber->new('12 34 56 78')->render('00%d10'); # 004512345678
This module offers functionality to validate, format and generate Danish phonenumbers using object-oriented programming.
Business::DK::Phonenumber for a procedural interface
Data::FormValidator::Constraints::Business::DK::Phonenumber for an integration with Data::FormValidator
The contructor can recognise telephone numbers is the following formats as Danish phonenumbers.
White space characters are ignored. See also "phonenumber".
For valid phone number formatting please refer to "phonenumber".
This is accessor to the phonenumber attribute.
Provided with a valid phone number parameter the object's phone number attribute is set.
If the accessor is not provided with a phonenumber parameter, the one defined is in the object is returned.
See also: "validate" in Business::DK::Phonenumber, which is used internally to validate the phonenumber parameter.
Valid phone numbers have to abide to the following formatting:
+<international prefix><8 digit phonenumber>
<international prefix><8 digit phonenumber>
<8 digit phonenumber>
The prefixed plus sign and space used as separator are optional as are the international dialing code.
The phone number can be formatted in anyway separated using whitespace characters.
This is accessor to the template attribute.
Provided with a valid template parameter the object's template attribute is set.
If the accessor is not provided with a template parameter, the one defined is in the object is returned.
See also: "validate_template" in Business::DK::Phonenumber, which is used internally to validate the template parameter.
phone number not in recognisable format, the phone number provided to the constructor is not parsable. Please evaluate what you are attempting to feed to the constructor.
phone number parameter is mandatory for the constructor, please specify the phone number parameter to the constructor in order to continue.
template not in recognisable format, the template provided to the constructor is not in a parsable format, please evaluate what you attempting to feed to the constructor.
No special configuration or environment is necessary.
No known incompatibilities at this time.
No known bugs or limitations at this time.
The Perl::Critic::Policy::ValuesAndExpressions::RequireNumberSeparators policy has been disabled. We are working with phonenumbers, strings consisting primarily of number, so not special interpretation or calculative behaviour is needed.
Perl::Critic::Policy::ValuesAndExpressions::ProhibitConstantPragma policy has been disabled. I like constants.
Perl::Critic::Policy::InputOutput::RequireBracedFileHandleWithPrint policy has been disabled for now should be revisited at some point.
Please refer to the distribution TODO file
Business::DK::Phonenumber utilizes sprintf to as templating system for formatting telephonenumbers. This is a well specified and tested interface which is easy to use.
Please report issues via CPAN RT:
or by sending mail to
I have been working in Telco for a long time. So validation and formatting of telephone numbers is something I have seen at lot of. This module is an attempt to sort of consolidate the numerous different regular expression solutions I have seen scathered over large code bases.
Jonas B. Nielsen, (jonasbn) -
Business-DK-Phonenumber and related is (C) by Jonas B. Nielsen, (jonasbn) 2008-2014
Business-DK-Phonenumber and related is released under the Artistic License 2.0