|This is a documentation subpage for మూస:Airreg.|
It contains usage information, categories and other content that is not part of the original మూస page.
|This మూస employs intricate features of template syntax.
You are encouraged to familiarise yourself with its setup and parser functions before editing the template. If your edit causes unexpected problems, please undo it quickly, as this template may appear on a large number of pages.
You can conduct experiments, and should test all major changes, in either , the general template sandbox, or your user space before changing anything here.
The Airreg template can be used to generate footnote references to entries in aviation authority registries for the desired aircraft registration; for example:
Only a limited number of national registries are supported (see below), i.e. those whose websites allow registration-based searches via URL parameters (HTTP GET requests).
Editors beware: formatting of code to make it "look nice" is likely to inadvertently introduce leading and trailing blank lines into the template output.
The template takes three positional parameters:
- Country prefix
- Registration string
- Punctuation (optional)
The prefix can be any of the ICAO country prefixes, although only for supported countries a footnote reference will be generated. For non-supported countries, the template simply outputs the registration in full, e.g.
Any punctuation that is required to be placed before the citation marker (per WP:PAIC) can be specified as third parameter, e.g.
Supported country prefixes[మార్చు]
_ C | CF _> Canada G United Kingdom (see note 1) HB Switzerland N United States (see note 2) OY Denmark PH Netherlands _ PP | PR | PS > Brazil PT | PU _| VH Australia ZK New Zealand
- As of February 2018, the G-INFO register has removed support for HTTP GET search requests, therefore this template simply links to the main G-INFO search page.
- Pre-1949 registrations (NC, NX etc.) are not supported and cause the FAA registry website to return a 'Can Not Process Your Request At This Time' error. The use of the Airreg template in these cases is not recommended.
- South Korea (HL) and Japan (JA) are not supported, but are listed in the code among the supported prefixes, in order for the complete registration to be correctly outputted without a hyphen, unlike the default case that covers all other non-supported nations.