CPF generation and validation
CPF validator and generator.
How to use
- First, install pycpf:
- $ pip install pycpf
- Then you can use it for generating a new CPF:
>>> from pycpf import CPF >>> CPF() CPF('53587674019')
- or to validate an existing CPF:
>>> CPF('53587674019').valid() True
- CPF objects can also be compared to strings:
>>> CPF('53587674019') == '53587674019' True
- or even converted to strings:
>>> str(CPF('53587674019')) '535.876.740-19'
This software is licensed through BSD 2-clause license. Please read “LICENSE” for more information.
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