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    Quote Originally Posted by N007 View Post
    Aviegas you are truly the man! keep up the great work guys...
    The table editing and patching credits here are for timschuerewegen. He did it. I'm merely bugged him and helped to figure out the behavior on a particular situation.

    Now the current patch not only can perform everything the x-rightmost digits patch could do, but also avoid *many* of the false matches.


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    Quote Originally Posted by d00by View Post
    My country is India. Can you help me with this id thing?
    That information is not enough. You must post the rules for the phone numbering pattern including area code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    That information is not enough. You must post the rules for the phone numbering pattern including area code.
    For eg. A landline no. in new delhi would be

    +91 11 xxxxxxxx

    91 - isd code of india (i.e. 0091)
    11 - area code of new delhi
    xxxxxxxx - 8 digit number for landline no.

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    I received many PMs from 1.1.2 users, sorry I can't help I'm still on 1.1.1

    According to http://www.cnc.gov.ar/normativa/pdf/sc0046_97.pdf the numbering plan for Argentina is as follows:

    Country code 54

    IDD 00
    NDD 0

    Actually according to the this document, there are 5 access prefixes:

    0 National long distance call using default longdistance operator
    00 International Long distance call using default longdistance operator
    15 calling party pays (its used for cell phones)
    17 not in use, to select national long distance operator Brazil style
    18 not in use, to select international long distance operator Brazil style


    and here starts the funny part, all numbers in Argentina if you use the area code are 10 digits, the composition of each number is different aparently depending on the size of the city, so we have:

    (AB) cdef-ghij
    (ABC) def-ghij
    (ABCD) ef-ghij

    Buenos Aires for example is: 11-xxxx-yyyy (11 being Buenos Aires area code)

    Then we have the non geographical numbers, they have the following structure:

    0-(ABC) def-ghij

    These are for example toll free numbers: 0-800-xxx-yyyy or semi free numbers 0-810-xxx-yyyy, the digit 0 must be used always.


    Then we have special numbering for cellphones, but you only need to use them if you call from a landline, from cell-to-cell calls they are optional.

    if you call a cellphone based in buenos aires you need to dial:

    15-xxxx-yyyy

    or 0-11-15-xxxx-yyyy if you are outside Buenos Aires, but within Argentina

    if you call a Buenos Aires cellphone from overseas, you need to dial:

    +54-9-11-xxxx-yyyy (no 15 prefix)


    And that almost covers it. I said almost because our numbering plan contemplates a system like the one in Brazil with prefixes for long distance operators, but its not currently in use.

    I would like to tests the appsupport against my phonebook, but Im still on 1.1.1 awaiting for this very thing to be resolved, can someone upload the stock appsuport to R$hare so I can help with tests?

    Cheeers!
    I received many PMs from 1.1.2 users, sorry I can't help I'm still on 1.1.1
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    Here's the new CheckAppSupport but it's now called "Framework". It also supports a few AddressBook framework functions. Run without any parameters for more information.

    http://www.sendspace.com/file/jzzo7w

    Code:
    # ./Framework AppSupport phoneNumbersEqual +3236468953 be 036468953 be 1
    1,1
    # ./Framework AddressBook ABCCopyArrayOfAllCountryCodes
    62
    "mk","de","es","si","be","sg","ie","nl","bh","au","ro","id","lb","eg","cs","sa","nz","br","za","ar","is","tw",
    "tr","fr","gl","in","se","sk","uk","mx","ua","il","lu","ba","no","ca","ye","bg","om","dk","pt","ph","fi","gr","cn",
    "ja","kw","kr","yu","at","hr","qa","ae","hk","ru","ch","pl","sy","us","hu","jo","it"
    Last edited by timschuerewegen; 11-18-2007 at 02:50 PM.


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    Default AppSupport 1.1.2 for Brazil - fully patched

    Here is a version with Tim's full patch (codes and local numbers) for Brazil.

    http://**********.com/files/70558351...1.1.2.zip.html

    EDIT: The ***** above is that "fast" file "sharing" site

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    Quote Originally Posted by d00by View Post
    For eg. A landline no. in new delhi would be

    +91 11 xxxxxxxx

    91 - isd code of india (i.e. 0091)
    11 - area code of new delhi
    xxxxxxxx - 8 digit number for landline no.
    Are all telephones in India 8 digits? Are all area code 2 digits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    Are all telephones in India 8 digits? Are all area code 2 digits?
    errr... No. the area code can be 3-4 digit also.

    I'll get back to you in a while with more info....

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    http://www.sendspace.com/file/oz42yg

    I added "AppSupport CopyCallInfo" to my Framework tool.

    Example:

    Code:
    # ./Framework AppSupport CopyCallInfo "+1 (408) 996-1010"
    San Jose, CA

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    Are all telephones in India 8 digits? Are all area code 2 digits?
    area code can range from 2-4 digits.

    according to this site telephones in india range from 6-8 digit. Metropolitan areas landline nos. are 8 digits. Other cities/areas can range from 6-7 digits.

    *

    So, Landline nos. range from 6-8 digits.
    Mobile nos. range are 10 digits plus the country code.

    iso code for india is 'IN'

    http://www.iso.org/iso/english_count...ode_elements#i..

    country code - +91
    IDD - 00
    NDD - 0

    The Mobile nos. would be in one format of 10 digits plus country code

    +91 1234567890

    The thing gets complicated when one starts to consider other services like emergency services, paging services, voicemail services, toll-free services.

    Here is the full pdf file of the numbering plan. It made my head spin.

    Indian Telecom Network is divided into number of LDCAs. Each LDCA
    consists of one or more SDCAs, which are also known as local areas.
    Each SDCA has one or more number of exchanges.
    Also, does this bit affect landline nos. for adjoining areas?

    Access to adjacent Area
    ‘95’ shall be used for accessing adjacent areas in the following format:
    95 - SDCA Code - Subscriber Number
    i.e. If a suburb near delhi has an area code of '120' and the landline no. is '1234567', then that landline number can be called from new delhi by using this format

    95-120-1234567

    This same no. can be accessed by using this format +91-120-1234567.
    Last edited by d00by; 11-18-2007 at 06:15 PM.


 

 

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