' Name: Credit Card Mod 10 Validation
' Description:This function validates if
' a credit card number "appears" to be val
' id, depending on the type of card, and a
' lso performing a Mod 10 check on the num
' By: Lewis Moten
' Inputs:asCardType - Type of credit car
' d. (American Express, Discover, Visa, Ma
anCardNumber - The number appearing On the card. Dashes and spaces are ok. Numbers are stripped from
the data provided.
' Returns:Returns a boolean (true/false)
' determining if the number appears to be
' valid or not.
'Assumes:The user needs to be able to lo
' ok through the code and determine wich s
' trings represent the cards. You can eith
' er type out the entire card name (i.e. "
' American Express") or type in just a let
' ter representing the card name (i.e. "a"
'Side Effects:Just because the function
' returns that the card is valid, there ar
' e several other things that are not bein
' g validated.
Date - make sure the card has Not expired
Active Account - This script does Not communicate With any banks To determine If the account number is
Authorization - again, this script does Not communicate With any banks To determine If the card has
authorization to purchase a product.
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Function IsCreditCard(ByRef asCardType, ByRef anCardNumber)
' Performs a Mod 10 check To make sure the credit card number
' appears valid
' Developers may use the following numbers as dummy data:
' Visa: 430-00000-00000
' American Express: 372-00000-00000
' Mastercard: 521-00000-00000
' Discover: 620-00000-00000
Dim lsNumber ' Credit card number stripped of all spaces, dashes,
Dim lsChar ' an individual character
Dim lnTotal ' Sum of all calculations
Dim lnDigit ' A digit found within a credit card number
Dim lnPosition ' identifies a character position In a String
Dim lnSum ' Sum of calculations For a specific Set
' Default result is False
IsCreditCard = False
' Strip all characters that are Not numbers.
' Loop through Each character inthe card number submited
For lnPosition = 1 To Len(anCardNumber)
' Grab the current character
lsChar = Mid(anCardNumber, lnPosition, 1)
' If the character is a number, append it To our new number
If IsNumeric(lsChar) Then lsNumber = lsNumber & lsChar
Next ' lnPosition
' The credit card number must be between 13 and 16 digits.
' If the length of the number is less Then 13 digits, then Exit the routine
If Len(lsNumber) < 13 Then Exit Function
' If the length of the number is more Then 16 digits, then Exit the routine
If Len(lsNumber) > 16 Then Exit Function
' The credit card number must start with:
' 4 For Visa Cards
' 37 For American Express Cards
' 5 For MasterCards
' 6 For Discover Cards
' Choose action based on Type of card
Select Case LCase(asCardType)
Case "visa", "v"
' If first digit Not 4, Exit Function
If Not Left(lsNumber, 1) = "4" Then Exit Function
' American Express
Case "american express", "americanexpress", "american", "ax", "a"
' If first 2 digits Not 37, Exit Function
If Not Left(lsNumber, 2) = "37" Then Exit Function
Case "mastercard", "master card", "master", "m"
' If first digit Not 5, Exit Function
If Not Left(lsNumber, 1) = "5" Then Exit Function
Case "discover", "discovercard", "discover card", "d"
' If first digit Not 6, Exit Function
If Not Left(lsNumber, 1) = "6" Then Exit Function
End Select ' LCase(asCardType)
' If the credit card number is less Then 16 digits add zeros
' To the beginning to make it 16 digits.
' Continue Loop While the length of the number is less Then 16 digits
While Not Len(lsNumber) = 16
' Insert 0 To the beginning of the number
lsNumber = "0" & lsNumber
Wend ' Not Len(lsNumber) = 16
' Multiply Each digit of the credit card number by the corresponding digit of
' the mask, and sum the results together.
' Loop through Each digit
For lnPosition = 1 To 16
' Parse a digit from a specified position In the number
lnDigit = Mid(lsNumber, lnPosition, 1)
' Determine If we multiply by:
' 1 (Even)
' 2 (Odd)
' based On the position that we are reading the digit from
lnMultiplier = 1 + (lnPosition Mod 2)
' Calculate the sum by multiplying the digit and the Multiplier
lnSum = lnDigit * lnMultiplier
' (Single digits roll over To remain single. We manually have to Do this.)
' If the Sum is 10 or more, subtract 9
If lnSum > 9 Then lnSum = lnSum - 9
' Add the sum To the total of all sums
lnTotal = lnTotal + lnSum
Next ' lnPosition
' Once all the results are summed divide
' by 10, If there is no remainder Then the credit card number is valid.
IsCreditCard = ((lnTotal Mod 10) = 0)
End Function ' IsCreditCard
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