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ExPhoneNumber

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Elixir library for parsing, formatting, and validating international phone numbers. Based on Google's libphonenumber (current metadata version: v8.12.34).


This README follows develop, which may not be the currently published version.
Here are the docs for the latest published version of ExPhoneNumber.

This branch contains the latest features and often contains versions of the software that are not yet finished or ready to be released.


Installation

Add :ex_phone_number to your list of dependencies in mix.exs:

def deps do
  [
    {:ex_phone_number, "~> 0.2"}
  ]
end

Usage

iex> {:ok, phone_number} = ExPhoneNumber.parse("044 668 18 00", "CH")
{:ok,
 %ExPhoneNumber.Model.PhoneNumber{
   country_code: 41,
   country_code_source: nil,
   extension: nil,
   italian_leading_zero: nil,
   national_number: 446681800,
   number_of_leading_zeros: nil,
   preferred_domestic_carrier_code: nil,
   raw_input: nil
}}

iex> ExPhoneNumber.is_possible_number?(phone_number)
true

iex> ExPhoneNumber.is_valid_number?(phone_number)
true

iex> ExPhoneNumber.get_number_type(phone_number)
:fixed_line

iex> ExPhoneNumber.format(phone_number, :national)
"044 668 18 00"

iex> ExPhoneNumber.format(phone_number, :international)
"+41 44 668 18 00"

iex> ExPhoneNumber.format(phone_number, :e164)
"+41446681800"

iex> ExPhoneNumber.format(phone_number, :rfc3966)
"tel:+41-44-668-18-00"

E164 Formatted Numbers

In E164 formatted numbers the country code can be detected. So you can pass them in to ExPhoneNumber.parse/2 with "" or nil as the second argument.

iex> ExPhoneNumber.parse("+977123456789", "")
{:ok,
 %ExPhoneNumber.Model.PhoneNumber{
   country_code: 977,
   country_code_source: nil,
   extension: nil,
   italian_leading_zero: nil,
   national_number: 123456789,
   number_of_leading_zeros: nil,
   preferred_domestic_carrier_code: nil,
   raw_input: nil
 }}

Copyright and License

Copyright (c) 2016-2021 NLCollect B.V.

The source code is licensed under [The MIT License (MIT)](LICENSE.md)


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the ex_phone_number README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.