# Phone.Format.AUS ( PhNumber )

Cleans and formats an Australian phone number

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Phil Hanson |

Sample input:

Phone.Format.AUS(0411-123456)

Phone.Format.AUS(07-55 123456)

Phone.Format.AUS(07-55 123456)

Sample output:

0411 123 456

07 5512 3456

07 5512 3456

Function definition: (Copy & paste into FileMaker's Edit Custom Function window)

If not 10 digits, leave as is, it will fail validation.

Otherwise it removes formatting, leading and trailing spaces and returns,

It puts the number in a 2,4,4 format for landline numbers or 4,3,3 format for mobile numbers.

Starting with 04 or 05 = mobile, rest are landline.

## Comments

Omelyan Burtnyk Jan 22, 2017 |
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/* Same result and "PhNumber" field must be text!!! */ Let ( [ Self = Filter ( PhNumber ; "1234567890" ) ] ; If ( Length ( Self ) <> 10 ; Self ; If ( Left ( Self ; 2 ) = "04" or Left ( Self ; 2 ) = "05" ; Left ( Self ; 4 ) & " " & Middle ( Self ; 5 ; 3 ) & " " & Right ( Self ; 3 ) ; Left ( Self ; 2 ) & " " & Middle ( Self ; 3 ; 4 ) & " " & Right ( Self ; 4 ) ) ) ) |
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Phil Hanson Feb 10, 2017 |
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Thanks Omelyan, I've updated using your more efficient code. | ||

Tareq, Bahrain Feb 15, 2017 |
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how can i code the following in Custom Function if you can write it for me theta = lon2 - lon1 dist = acos(sin(lat1) × sin(lat2) + cos(lat1) × cos(lat2) × cos(theta)) if (dist < 0) dist = dist + pi dist = dist × 6371.2 |
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