Subject: Re: [boost] [GSoC] Checks project - prototype hesitation
From: Pierre Talbot (pierre.talbot.6114_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-07-17 19:16:05
I'm sorry for being unclear.
You can see the forward declarations (and the doxygen doc) here :
The documentation is here (you would like to read the introduction) :
As you can read in the introduction I thought it was interesting to
implement a "low check level library", more general, not designed for
a specific number or code. The reason is that I can't implement all
the different numbers existing in the world. But with this "low level
library", an user should be able to check a number I didn't implement.
Nevertheless I'll implement the most well-known such as the isbn,
ean, upc, iban, credit card, ... in a "high check level library".
The nbr_digits parameter is optional but it is in case that the
iterators don't delimit only one number. I designed an example for
this special case (In the "Modular sum algorithm - Example - Special
case" section). My first idea was to support the check of a lot of
numbers between two iterators. But you maybe think it's a little
Any suggestions and comments are appreciated.
Thank you very much,
2011/7/17 Alejandro Cabrera <cpp.cabrera_at_[hidden]>:
> Pierre Talbot wrote:
>> Hello community.
>> I'm a GSoC student who is assigned to the checks library.
>> I currently design the prototype of a function and I would like to
>> have your opinions.
> Could you provide a link to some documentation or source that gives more
> context on your project?
> I would gladly give some feedback, but I do not understand the requirements
> of your project.
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