Daisuke Maki > Data-FormValidator-Constraints-Japanese-0.04 > Data::FormValidator::Constraints::Japanese

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NAME ^

Data::FormValidator::Constraints::Japanese - Japan-Specific Constraints For Data::FormValidator

SYNOPSIS ^

  use Data::FormValidator::Constraints::Japanese qw(:all);

  my $rv = Data::FormValidator->check(\%input, {
     hiragana          => hiragana(),
     katakana          => katakana(),
     jp_mobile_email   => jp_mobile_email(),
     jp_imode_email    => jp_imode_email(),
     jp_ezweb_email    => jp_ezweb_email(),
     jp_vodafone_email => jp_vodafone_email(),
     jp_zip            => jp_zip(),
     jp_length         => jp_length(1, 10),
  }, 

  # or, use the regular functions
  my $rv = Data::FormValidator->check(\%input, {
     nihongo => sub {
        my($dfv, $value) = @_;
        return match_hiragana($value) && ! match_katakana($value);
     }
  });

DESCRIPTION ^

D::FM::C::Japanese provides you with constraint methods that makes it easier to validate your Japanese input using Data::FormValidator.

FUNCTIONS ^

hiragana

Returns a closure that checks if the input is all in hiragana

katakana

Returns a closure that checks if the input is all in katakana

jp_zip

Returns a closure that checks if the input is a valid Japanese zipcode (This is probably insufficient for edge cases). It also does not check if the zip code actually exists.

jp_mobile_email

jp_imode_email

jp_ezweb_email

jp_vodafone_email

jp_length

TODO ^

I'm sure there are lots of other constraints. I'll release more upon request, or when I encounter something new to validate. Patches welcome.

AUTHOR ^

Copyright (c) 2006-2007 Daisuke Maki <dmaki@endeworks.jp> All rights reserved.

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