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The Individual Taxpayer Register (CPF), issued by the IRS, is characterized by a function between the set of registered individuals and the set of issued documents.
That is, the fact that a CPF number is authenticated by its verifying digits does not make it a valid CPF because it must be registered in the IRS database. Thus, a valid social security number will not always be a document already issued. However, the check digits serve to alert you that the number was spelled improperly without having to access the IRS database.
A CPF number is 9 digits plus two double-digit digits, which are indicated after a slash. Therefore, a CPF has 11 digits. The CPF number is written in the form ABCDEFGHI / JK or directly as ABCDEFGHIJK, where the digits can't all be the same each other.
O J is called 1st check digit CPF number.
O K is called 2nd check digit CPF number.
To get J we multiply A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I by the corresponding constants:
The sum result, 10A + 9B + 8C + 7D + 6E + 5F + 4G + 3H + 2I, is divided by 11.
We then analyzed the REST of this division:
If it is 0 or 1, the digit J is 0 (zero). If it's 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10, the digit J it's 11 - REST
We already have J. To get K multiply A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I and J by the corresponding constants:
The sum result, 11A + 10B + 9C + 8D + 7E + 6F + 5G + 4H + 3I + 2J, is divided by 11.
We then checked the REST of this division:
If it is 0 or 1, the digit K is 0 (zero). If it's 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10, the digit K It's 11 - REST.