cpf-utils
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    cpf-utils for JavaScript

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    Toolkit to handle the main operations with CPF data (Brazilian personal ID): validation, formatting and generation of valid character sequence.

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    Installation

    $ npm install cpf-utils --save

    Import

    // Common JS syntax:
    const cpfUtils = require('cpf-utils')
    
    // ES Module syntax:
    import cpfUtils from 'cpf-utils'
    // or get the specific function with ES tree-shaking:
    import { isValid, generate, format } from 'cpf-utils'

    or import it through your HTML file, using CDN:

    <script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/cpf-utils@latest/dist/cpf-utils.min.js"></script>

    API

    cpf-utils is only a wrapper to the libraries maintained by LacusSoft, cpf-fmt, cpf-gen and cpf-val, so you can refer directly to their specific documentation. Anyway, the API is detailed hereby with examples.

    cpfUtils.format(string[, options])

    returns string

    The format method expects a string as its first parameter.

    If the input does not contain 11 digits (it does not require to be a valid CPF, but it MUST be 11-digits long) an onFail callback is invoked. By default, a copy of the input is returned as a fallback, but this callback and other customizations may be defined in the second parameter.

    const cpf = '47844241055'
    
    cpfFmt(cpf)       // returns '478.442.410-55'
    
    cpfFmt(cpf, {     // returns '478.***.***-**'
      hidden: true
    })
    
    cpfFmt(cpf, {     // returns '478442410_55'
      delimiters: {
        dot: '',
        dash: '_'
      }
    })

    Here are the available default configurations that can be overwritten by the options parameter:

    cpfFmt(cpf, {
      delimiters: {
        dot: '.',       // string to replace the dot characters
        dash: '-',      // string to replace the dash character
      },
      escape: false,    // boolean to define if the result should be HTML escaped
      hidden: false,    // boolean to define if digits should be hidden
      hiddenKey: '*',   // string to replace hidden digits
      hiddenRange: {
        start: 3,       // starting index of the numeric sequence to be hidden (min 0)
        end: 10,        // ending index of the numeric sequence to be hidden (max 10)
      },
      onFail(value) {   // fallback function to be invoked in case a non-11-digits is passed
        return value
      }
    })

    cpfUtils.generate([options])

    returns string

    If you need to generate valid CPF's to work with, the generate method make this task easy and safe. You just need to invoke it with no parameters to obtain an 11-digits string, however, you can provide an options object to configure its output, like flagging it to format or to complete a digits string with a valid CPF sequence:

    let cpf = cpfGen()      // returns '47844241055'
    
    cpf = cpfGen({          // returns '005.265.352-88'
      format: true
    })
    
    cpf = cpfGen({          // returns '52825091138'
      prefix: '528250911'
    })
    
    cpf = cpfGen({          // returns '528.250.911-38'
      prefix: '528250911'
      format: true
    })

    The default configurations are:

    cpfGen({
      format: false, // indicates if output should be formatted
      prefix: '',    // if you have the CPF initials and want to complete it with valid digits.
    })               //     The string provided must contain between 0 and 9 digits!

    Keep in mind that, for the prefix option, it must be a string containing up to 9 digits.

    cpfUtils.validate(string)

    returns boolean

    The validate method receives a string as its single parameter, evaluate it and returns true or false as output. This parameter may contain any character like letters, symbols, punctuation or white spaces, but it will immediately return false in case the expected 11 digits are not found to be deeply evaluated.

    cpfVal('12345678909')     // returns "true", because "123.456.789-09" is a valid CPF
    
    cpfVal('123.456.789-09')  // returns "true"
    
    cpfVal('12345678910')     // returns "false", because the suffix has changed, making this CPF invalid
                     ^^

    Install

    npm i cpf-utils

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    1.1.0

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    MIT

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