python判断身份证的合法性

python李魔佛 发表了文章 • 0 个评论 • 36 次浏览 • 2018-08-10 13:56 • 来自相关话题

输入身份证号码, 判断18位身份证号码是否合法, 并查询信息(性别, 年龄, 所在地)

验证原理

将前面的身份证号码17位数分别乘以不同的系数, 从第一位到第十七位的系数分别为: 7 9 10 5 8 4 2 1 6 3 7 9 10 5 8 4 2
将这17位数字和系数相乘的结果相加.
用加出来和除以11, 看余数是多少?
余数只可能有<0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10>这11个数字, 其分别对应的最后一位身份证的号码为<1 0 X 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2>.
通过上面得知如果余数是2,就会在身份证的第18位数字上出现罗马数字的Ⅹ。如果余数是10,身份证的最后一位号码就是2.

例如: 某男性的身份证号码是34052419800101001X, 我们要看看这个身份证是不是合法的身份证.

首先: 我们得出, 前17位的乘积和是189.

然后: 用189除以11得出的余数是2.

最后: 通过对应规则就可以知道余数2对应的数字是x. 所以, 这是一个合格的身份证号码.
 
代码如下:
#!/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

from sys import platform
import json
import codecs

with codecs.open('data.json', 'r', encoding='utf8') as json_data:
city = json.load(json_data)

def check_valid(idcard):
# 城市编码, 出生日期, 归属地
city_id = idcard[:6]
print(city_id)
birth = idcard[6:14]

city_name = city.get(city_id,'Not found')

# 根据规则校验身份证是否符合规则
idcard_tuple = [int(num) for num in list(idcard[:-1])]
coefficient = [7, 9, 10, 5, 8, 4, 2, 1, 6, 3, 7, 9, 10, 5, 8, 4, 2]
sum_value = sum([idcard_tuple[i] * coefficient[i] for i in range(17)])

remainder = sum_value % 11

maptable = {0: '1', 1: '0', 2: 'x', 3: '9', 4: '8', 5: '7', 6: '6', 7: '5', 8: '4', 9: '3', 10: '2'}

if maptable[remainder] == idcard[17]:
print('<身份证合法>')
sex = int(idcard[16]) % 2
sex = '男' if sex == 1 else '女'
print('性别:' + sex)
birth_format="{}年{}月{}日".format(birth[:4],birth[4:6],birth[6:8])
print('出生日期:' + birth_format)
print('归属地:' + city_name)
return True
else:
print('<身份证不合法>')
return False


if __name__=='__main__':
idcard = str(input('请输入身份证号码:'))
check_valid(idcard)

github源码:https://github.com/Rockyzsu/IdentityCheck
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输入身份证号码, 判断18位身份证号码是否合法, 并查询信息(性别, 年龄, 所在地)

验证原理

将前面的身份证号码17位数分别乘以不同的系数, 从第一位到第十七位的系数分别为: 7 9 10 5 8 4 2 1 6 3 7 9 10 5 8 4 2
将这17位数字和系数相乘的结果相加.
用加出来和除以11, 看余数是多少?
余数只可能有<0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10>这11个数字, 其分别对应的最后一位身份证的号码为<1 0 X 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2>.
通过上面得知如果余数是2,就会在身份证的第18位数字上出现罗马数字的Ⅹ。如果余数是10,身份证的最后一位号码就是2.

例如: 某男性的身份证号码是34052419800101001X, 我们要看看这个身份证是不是合法的身份证.

首先: 我们得出, 前17位的乘积和是189.

然后: 用189除以11得出的余数是2.

最后: 通过对应规则就可以知道余数2对应的数字是x. 所以, 这是一个合格的身份证号码.
 
代码如下:
#!/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

from sys import platform
import json
import codecs

with codecs.open('data.json', 'r', encoding='utf8') as json_data:
city = json.load(json_data)

def check_valid(idcard):
# 城市编码, 出生日期, 归属地
city_id = idcard[:6]
print(city_id)
birth = idcard[6:14]

city_name = city.get(city_id,'Not found')

# 根据规则校验身份证是否符合规则
idcard_tuple = [int(num) for num in list(idcard[:-1])]
coefficient = [7, 9, 10, 5, 8, 4, 2, 1, 6, 3, 7, 9, 10, 5, 8, 4, 2]
sum_value = sum([idcard_tuple[i] * coefficient[i] for i in range(17)])

remainder = sum_value % 11

maptable = {0: '1', 1: '0', 2: 'x', 3: '9', 4: '8', 5: '7', 6: '6', 7: '5', 8: '4', 9: '3', 10: '2'}

if maptable[remainder] == idcard[17]:
print('<身份证合法>')
sex = int(idcard[16]) % 2
sex = '男' if sex == 1 else '女'
print('性别:' + sex)
birth_format="{}年{}月{}日".format(birth[:4],birth[4:6],birth[6:8])
print('出生日期:' + birth_format)
print('归属地:' + city_name)
return True
else:
print('<身份证不合法>')
return False


if __name__=='__main__':
idcard = str(input('请输入身份证号码:'))
check_valid(idcard)


github源码:https://github.com/Rockyzsu/IdentityCheck
 

adbapi查询语句 -- python3

python李魔佛 发表了文章 • 0 个评论 • 20 次浏览 • 2018-08-12 19:40 • 来自相关话题

Introduction to Twisted Enterprise
Abstract

Twisted is an asynchronous networking framework, but most database API implementations unfortunately have blocking interfaces -- for this reason, twisted.enterprise.adbapi was created. It is a non-blocking interface to the standardized DB-API 2.0 API, which allows you to access a number of different RDBMSes.

What you should already know

Python :-)
How to write a simple Twisted Server (see this tutorial to learn how)
Familiarity with using database interfaces (see the documentation for DBAPI 2.0 or this article by Andrew Kuchling)

Quick Overview

Twisted is an asynchronous framework. This means standard database modules cannot be used directly, as they typically work something like:# Create connection... db = dbmodule.connect('mydb', 'andrew', 'password') # ...which blocks for an unknown amount of time # Create a cursor cursor = db.cursor() # Do a query... resultset = cursor.query('SELECT * FROM table WHERE ...') # ...which could take a long time, perhaps even minutes.Those delays are unacceptable when using an asynchronous framework such as Twisted. For this reason, twisted provides twisted.enterprise.adbapi, an asynchronous wrapper for any DB-API 2.0-compliant module. It is currently best tested with the pyPgSQL module for PostgreSQL.

enterprise.adbapi will do blocking database operations in seperate threads, which trigger callbacks in the originating thread when they complete. In the meantime, the original thread can continue doing normal work, like servicing other requests.

How do I use adbapi?

Rather than creating a database connection directly, use the adbapi.ConnectionPool class to manage a connections for you. This allows enterprise.adbapi to use multiple connections, one per thread. This is easy:# Using the "dbmodule" from the previous example, create a ConnectionPool from twisted.enterprise import adbapi dbpool = adbapi.ConnectionPool("dbmodule", 'mydb', 'andrew', 'password')Things to note about doing this:

There is no need to import dbmodule directly. You just pass the name to adbapi.ConnectionPool's constructor.
The parameters you would pass to dbmodule.connect are passed as extra arguments to adbapi.ConnectionPool's constructor. Keyword parameters work as well.
You may also control the size of the connection pool with the keyword parameters cp_min and cp_max. The default minimum and maximum values are 3 and 5.

So, now you need to be able to dispatch queries to your ConnectionPool. We do this by subclassing adbapi.Augmentation. Here's an example:class AgeDatabase(adbapi.Augmentation): """A simple example that can retrieve an age from the database""" def getAge(self, name): # Define the query sql = """SELECT Age FROM People WHERE name = ?""" # Run the query, and return a Deferred to the caller to add # callbacks to. return self.runQuery(sql, name) def gotAge(resultlist, name): """Callback for handling the result of the query""" age = resultlist[0][0] # First field of first record print "%s is %d years old" % (name, age) db = AgeDatabase(dbpool) # These will *not* block. Hooray! db.getAge("Andrew").addCallbacks(gotAge, db.operationError, callbackArgs=("Andrew",)) db.getAge("Glyph").addCallbacks(gotAge, db.operationError, callbackArgs=("Glyph",)) # Of course, nothing will happen until the reactor is started from twisted.internet import reactor reactor.run()This is straightforward, except perhaps for the return value of getAge. It returns a twisted.internet.defer.Deferred, which allows arbitrary callbacks to be called upon completion (or upon failure). More documentation on Deferred is available here.

Also worth noting is that this example assumes that dbmodule uses the qmarks paramstyle (see the DB-API specification). If your dbmodule uses a different paramstyle (e.g. pyformat) then use that. Twisted doesn't attempt to offer any sort of magic paramater munging -- runQuery(query, params, ...) maps directly onto cursor.execute(query, params, ...).

And that's it!

That's all you need to know to use a database from within Twisted. You probably should read the adbapi module's documentation to get an idea of the other functions it has, but hopefully this document presents the core ideas. 查看全部
Introduction to Twisted Enterprise
Abstract

Twisted is an asynchronous networking framework, but most database API implementations unfortunately have blocking interfaces -- for this reason, twisted.enterprise.adbapi was created. It is a non-blocking interface to the standardized DB-API 2.0 API, which allows you to access a number of different RDBMSes.

What you should already know

Python :-)
How to write a simple Twisted Server (see this tutorial to learn how)
Familiarity with using database interfaces (see the documentation for DBAPI 2.0 or this article by Andrew Kuchling)

Quick Overview

Twisted is an asynchronous framework. This means standard database modules cannot be used directly, as they typically work something like:# Create connection... db = dbmodule.connect('mydb', 'andrew', 'password') # ...which blocks for an unknown amount of time # Create a cursor cursor = db.cursor() # Do a query... resultset = cursor.query('SELECT * FROM table WHERE ...') # ...which could take a long time, perhaps even minutes.Those delays are unacceptable when using an asynchronous framework such as Twisted. For this reason, twisted provides twisted.enterprise.adbapi, an asynchronous wrapper for any DB-API 2.0-compliant module. It is currently best tested with the pyPgSQL module for PostgreSQL.

enterprise.adbapi will do blocking database operations in seperate threads, which trigger callbacks in the originating thread when they complete. In the meantime, the original thread can continue doing normal work, like servicing other requests.

How do I use adbapi?

Rather than creating a database connection directly, use the adbapi.ConnectionPool class to manage a connections for you. This allows enterprise.adbapi to use multiple connections, one per thread. This is easy:# Using the "dbmodule" from the previous example, create a ConnectionPool from twisted.enterprise import adbapi dbpool = adbapi.ConnectionPool("dbmodule", 'mydb', 'andrew', 'password')Things to note about doing this:

There is no need to import dbmodule directly. You just pass the name to adbapi.ConnectionPool's constructor.
The parameters you would pass to dbmodule.connect are passed as extra arguments to adbapi.ConnectionPool's constructor. Keyword parameters work as well.
You may also control the size of the connection pool with the keyword parameters cp_min and cp_max. The default minimum and maximum values are 3 and 5.

So, now you need to be able to dispatch queries to your ConnectionPool. We do this by subclassing adbapi.Augmentation. Here's an example:class AgeDatabase(adbapi.Augmentation): """A simple example that can retrieve an age from the database""" def getAge(self, name): # Define the query sql = """SELECT Age FROM People WHERE name = ?""" # Run the query, and return a Deferred to the caller to add # callbacks to. return self.runQuery(sql, name) def gotAge(resultlist, name): """Callback for handling the result of the query""" age = resultlist[0][0] # First field of first record print "%s is %d years old" % (name, age) db = AgeDatabase(dbpool) # These will *not* block. Hooray! db.getAge("Andrew").addCallbacks(gotAge, db.operationError, callbackArgs=("Andrew",)) db.getAge("Glyph").addCallbacks(gotAge, db.operationError, callbackArgs=("Glyph",)) # Of course, nothing will happen until the reactor is started from twisted.internet import reactor reactor.run()This is straightforward, except perhaps for the return value of getAge. It returns a twisted.internet.defer.Deferred, which allows arbitrary callbacks to be called upon completion (or upon failure). More documentation on Deferred is available here.

Also worth noting is that this example assumes that dbmodule uses the qmarks paramstyle (see the DB-API specification). If your dbmodule uses a different paramstyle (e.g. pyformat) then use that. Twisted doesn't attempt to offer any sort of magic paramater munging -- runQuery(query, params, ...) maps directly onto cursor.execute(query, params, ...).

And that's it!

That's all you need to know to use a database from within Twisted. You probably should read the adbapi module's documentation to get an idea of the other functions it has, but hopefully this document presents the core ideas.