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// Copyright (c) 2010 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.

#include "chrome/browser/autofill/credit_card_field.h"

#include "base/scoped_ptr.h"
#include "base/string16.h"
#include "chrome/browser/autofill/autofill_field.h"

bool CreditCardField::GetFieldInfo(FieldTypeMap* field_type_map) const {
  bool ok = Add(field_type_map, number_, AutoFillType(CREDIT_CARD_NUMBER));

  // If the heuristics detected first and last name in separate fields,
  // then ignore both fields. Putting them into separate fields is probably
  // wrong, because the credit card can also contain a middle name or middle
  // initial.
  if (cardholder_last_ == NULL) {
    // Add() will check if cardholder_ is != NULL.
    ok = ok && Add(field_type_map, cardholder_, AutoFillType(CREDIT_CARD_NAME));

  ok = ok && Add(field_type_map, type_, AutoFillType(CREDIT_CARD_TYPE));
  ok = ok && Add(field_type_map, expiration_month_,
  ok = ok && Add(field_type_map, expiration_year_,

  return ok;

// static
CreditCardField* CreditCardField::Parse(
    std::vector<AutoFillField*>::const_iterator* iter,
    bool is_ecml) {
  scoped_ptr<CreditCardField> credit_card_field(new CreditCardField);
  std::vector<AutoFillField*>::const_iterator q = *iter;
  string16 pattern;

  // Credit card fields can appear in many different orders.
  // We loop until no more credit card related fields are found, see |break| at
  // bottom of the loop.
  for (int fields = 0; true; ++fields) {
    // Sometimes the cardholder field is just labeled "name". Unfortunately this
    // is a dangerously generic word to search for, since it will often match a
    // name (not cardholder name) field before or after credit card fields. So
    // we search for "name" only when we've already parsed at least one other
    // credit card field and haven't yet parsed the expiration date (which
    // usually appears at the end).
    if (credit_card_field->cardholder_ == NULL) {
      string16 name_pattern;
      if (is_ecml) {
        name_pattern = GetEcmlPattern(kEcmlCardHolder);
      } else {
        if (fields == 0 || credit_card_field->expiration_month_) {
          // at beginning or end
          name_pattern = ASCIIToUTF16("card holder|name on card|nameoncard");
        } else {
          name_pattern = ASCIIToUTF16("name");

      if (ParseText(&q, name_pattern, &credit_card_field->cardholder_)) {

      // As a hard-coded hack for Expedia's billing pages (expedia_checkout.html
      // and ExpediaBilling.html in our test suite), recognize separate fields
      // for the cardholder's first and last name if they have the labels "cfnm"
      // and "clnm".
      std::vector<AutoFillField*>::const_iterator p = q;
      AutoFillField* first;
      if (!is_ecml && ParseText(&p, ASCIIToUTF16("^cfnm"), &first) &&
          ParseText(&p, ASCIIToUTF16("^clnm"),
                    &credit_card_field->cardholder_last_)) {
        credit_card_field->cardholder_ = first;
        q = p;

    // TODO(jhawkins): Parse the type select control.

    if (is_ecml)
      pattern = GetEcmlPattern(kEcmlCardNumber);
      pattern = ASCIIToUTF16("number|card #|card no.|card_number|card number");

    if (credit_card_field->number_ == NULL && ParseText(&q, pattern,

    // "Expiration date" is the most common label here, but some pages have
    // "Expires", "exp. date" or "exp. month" and "exp. year".  We also look for
    // the field names ccmonth and ccyear, which appear on at least 4 of our
    // test pages.
    // -> On at least one page (The China Shop2.html) we find only the labels
    // "month" and "year".  So for now we match these words directly; we'll
    // see if this turns out to be too general.
    // Toolbar Bug 51451: indeed, simply matching "month" is too general for
    //   https://rps.fidelity.com/ftgw/rps/RtlCust/CreatePIN/Init.
    // Instead, we match only words beginning with "month".
    if (is_ecml)
      pattern = GetEcmlPattern(kEcmlCardExpireMonth);
      pattern = ASCIIToUTF16("expir|exp.*month|exp date|ccmonth");

    if ((!credit_card_field->expiration_month_ ||
        credit_card_field->expiration_month_->IsEmpty()) &&
        ParseText(&q, pattern, &credit_card_field->expiration_month_)) {
      if (is_ecml)
        pattern = GetEcmlPattern(kEcmlCardExpireYear);
        pattern = ASCIIToUTF16("|exp|^/|ccyear|year");

      if (!ParseText(&q, pattern, &credit_card_field->expiration_year_))
        return NULL;


    if (ParseText(&q, GetEcmlPattern(kEcmlCardExpireDay)))

    // Some pages (e.g. ExpediaBilling.html) have a "card description"
    // field; we parse this field but ignore it.
    // We also ignore any other fields within a credit card block that
    // start with "card", under the assumption that they are related to
    // the credit card section being processed but are uninteresting to us.
    if (ParseText(&q, ASCIIToUTF16("^card")))


  // On some pages, the user selects a card type using radio buttons
  // (e.g. test page Apple Store Billing.html).  We can't handle that yet,
  // so we treat the card type as optional for now.
  if (credit_card_field->number_ &&
      credit_card_field->expiration_month_ &&
      credit_card_field->expiration_year_) {
      *iter = q;
      return credit_card_field.release();

  return NULL;

    : cardholder_(NULL),
      expiration_year_(NULL) {

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