{
>I only have one credit card, a visa, and the code works right for it.
>So I'm sending this to the list for two purposes, to share this with
>everyone and to get anybody else who finds it useful to take a look at
>it and see if it's running right for other card types (and to catch any
>dumb mistakes I've committed).
Your code is probably working fine, I didn't look at it, but I thought
I'd post you some code I've used in applications since Turbo Pascal
3.0 and it's worked like a champ... although a little dated in structure.
It also returns the card type--Visa, MC, Amex or Discover.
}
FUNCTION VALIDCCARD(A:STRING):BOOLEAN;
VAR C:CHAR;
T:WORD;
X,M,N:BYTE;
BEGIN
VALIDCCARD:=FALSE;
A:=NUMBERS(A);
IF A[0]<#4 THEN EXIT;
C:=A[LENGTH(A)];
DEC(A[0]);
M:=2;
T:=0;
FOR X:=LENGTH(A) DOWNTO 1 DO
BEGIN
N:=(BYTE(A[X])-48);
N:=N*M;
IF N>9
THEN BEGIN
N:=N-10;
INC(T);
END;
T:=T+N;
M:=3-M;
END;
T:=(TRUNC((T+9)/10)*10)-T;
IF T=(BYTE(C)-48) THEN VALIDCCARD:=TRUE;
END;
FUNCTION NUMBERS(C:STRING):STRING;
VAR A:STRING;
X:INTEGER;
BEGIN {strips out all non-numeric digits from a string}
A:='';
IF LENGTH(C)>0 THEN FOR X:=1 TO LENGTH(C) DO
IF C[X] IN ['0'..'9'] THEN A:=A+C[X];
NUMBERS:=A;
END;
FUNCTION VALOF(CONST A:STRING):LONGINT;
VAR I:INTEGER;
L:COMP;
BEGIN {guarantee no crash VAL function}
VAL(A,L,I);
IF I<>0 THEN L:=0;
IF L>HIGH(LONGINT) THEN L:=HIGH(LONGINT);
IF L=510000) AND (W<=559999) AND (BYTE(A[0])=16)
THEN CCARDTYPE:=2 {Mastercard}
ELSE
IF (W>=400000) AND (W<=499999) AND (BYTE(A[0])=13)
THEN CCARDTYPE:=1 {VISA}
ELSE
IF (W>=400000) AND (W<=499999) AND (BYTE(A[0])=16)
THEN CCARDTYPE:=1 {VISA}
ELSE
IF (W>=340000) AND (W<=349999) AND (BYTE(A[0])=15)
THEN CCARDTYPE:=3 {American Express}
ELSE
IF (W>=370000) AND (W<=379999) AND (BYTE(A[0])=15)
THEN CCARDTYPE:=3 {American Express}
ELSE
IF (W>=601100) AND (W<=601199) AND (BYTE(A[0])=16)
THEN CCARDTYPE:=4 {Discover}
ELSE CCARDTYPE:=5;{Unknown type}
END
ELSE CCARDTYPE:=0;
END;