Brian Dunning's FileMaker Custom Functions

CreditCardName ( CreditCardNumber )

Returns the CC type from the number

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Geoff Wells   Geoff Wells
DataIsland Software LLC
http://www.dataisland.com

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  Sample input:
123456782
  Sample output:
Invalid Card Number

  Function definition: (Copy & paste into FileMaker's Edit Custom Function window)

Takes a 15 or 16 digit credit card number, with or without dashes and returns the credit card type (Visa, Mastercard etc. ). Numbers are checked using the Luhn Mod-10 algorithm.

 

Comments

Locke   Locke, usa
Jan 31, 2009
How can i get the 3 luhn function in file...
i need this code but its telling me that the lunh function can not be found...thanks...
 
Harold Sookman   Harold Sookman, Montreal
Nov 15, 2011
Been using this for a while but just came up with a VISA number that it claims is not valid. The VISA payment for the number in question was authorized so it must be correct.

Begins with 4313 if that helps...
 
Rob   Rob, Cleveland, OH
Nov 15, 2016
Geoff, if you are still maintaining this function, I believe it's outdated according to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Payment_card_number#Issuer_identification_number_.28IIN.29

Looks like a great function but it's unusable without the current credit card numbering schemes.
 
Will Loving   Will Loving, Dedication Technologies, Inc.
May 5, 2017
I've revised the function to handle 13-19 digit card numbers and to remove brands and ranges that are no longer valid per the information at the Wikipedia link posted above by Rob. The function has been reposted at "CreditCardType" at http://www.briandunning.com/cf/2038
 

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