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Name String Order: Get person name and surname from a string

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This class can get person name and surname from a string.

It can take a string with the name of a person and attempts to detect the actual name by the right order.

The class can return the person first name, last name, or the complete name first with the first name or the last name.

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The name of a person can be represented in different ways in different places. Sometimes the surname appears first, others times it appears last.

This class can take a look at a string with a person name and detect if the surname comes first or last. Then it can reformat the name according to whatever order is preferred in your PHP application.

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Name String Order

Attempts to order a person's name as 'First Last', 'First Middle Last', 'Last First', and extracts 'First', 'Last' and 'Middle'.

Usage

Romanized Chinese name:

use peterkahl\nameStringOrder\nameStringOrder;

$nameObj = new nameStringOrder('WANG jing-jing');

echo $nameObj->getFirstLast(); # Jing-Jing Wang

echo $nameObj->getLastFirst(); # Wang Jing-Jing

echo $nameObj->getFirst();     # Jing-Jing

echo $nameObj->getLast();      # Wang

Russian name:

use peterkahl\nameStringOrder\nameStringOrder;

$nameObj = new nameStringOrder('???????? ???????????? ?????');

echo $nameObj->getFirstLast();       # ???????? ?????

echo $nameObj->getLastFirst();       # ????? ????????

echo $nameObj->getFirstMiddleLast(); # ???????? ???????????? ?????

echo $nameObj->getFirst();           # ????????

echo $nameObj->getMiddle();          # ????????????

echo $nameObj->getLast();            # ?????

Chinese name:

use peterkahl\nameStringOrder\nameStringOrder;

$nameObj = new nameStringOrder('???');

echo $nameObj->getFirst();     # ??

echo $nameObj->getLast();      # ?

Latin character name:

use peterkahl\nameStringOrder\nameStringOrder;

$nameObj = new nameStringOrder('Curie Marie');

echo $nameObj->getFirstLast(); # Marie Curie

echo $nameObj->getLastFirst(); # Curie Marie

echo $nameObj->getFirst();     # Marie

echo $nameObj->getLast();      # Curie
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It wont work if its an Indian name
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