PHP Split Number: Split a long number into an array of smaller parts

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This class can split a long number into an array of smaller parts.

It takes a number of many digits and splits it into parts so that each part does not exceed a given maximum number size.

The number parts are returned in an array or as a string.

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Some applications need to show numbers composed by a long series of digits. Often the numbers are split in groups of a smaller number of digits that are easier to ready and copy.

For some applications it is convenient that each group of digits does not show a number above a given limit.

This class can split long numbers into groups of digits on which each group does not exceed a given limit number, so each group may have one more digit or not depending on whether the given limit was already reached or not.

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