Check2 / Account no / Check3

Enter the second part of the BBAN (check2 + account number + check 3) in this order.
If the second part has leading zeros, you may leave them out (00006535500)
The first part of a BBAN may consist of three components:
 Check 1
 Bank id
 Branch id
The seconds part of the BBAN may consist of three components:
 Check 2
 Account number
 Check 3
Example:
A Hungarian BBAN looks like:
1
1
7
7
3
0
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
where:
 Check 1
Is not used.
 Bank id (3!n)
The first 3 numeric characters represents the "bank id".
For example: 117
 Branch id (4!n)
The next 4 numeric characters represents the "branch id".
For example: 7301
 Check 2 (1!n)
The next numeric character represents the "check 2" digit.
For example: 6
 Account number (15!n)
The next 15 numeric characters represents the "account number".
For example: 111110180000000
 Check 3 (1!n)
The next numeric character represents the "check 3" digit.
For example: 0
In the example above, the BBAN second part is represented by: 61111101800000000
Notes:
 A complete BBAN has up to 30 alphanumeric characters: 09, AZ, az.
 Spaces and tabs are ignored.
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