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isMod10(number)

Last updated October 2, 2008

Version: 3 | Requires: CF5 | Library: UtilityLib

Description:
Checks a string against the Luhn Algorithm. Also known as the mod10 algorithm. this function can be used to check the validity of credit card numbers, Canadian social insurance numbers, and any other number as well.

Return Values:
Returns a boolean.

Example:

``````<cfoutput>
<cfif IsMod10("4000300020001000")>
This string has passed the mod10 check
<cfelse>
This string has failed the mod10 check
</cfif>
</cfoutput>``````

Parameters:

Name Description Required
number String to check. Yes

Full UDF Source:

``````/**
* Checks to see whether a string passed to it passes the Luhn algorithm (also known as the Mod10 algorithm)
* V2 update by Christopher Jordan cjordan@placs.net
* V3 update by Peter J. Farrell (pjf@maestropublishing.com)
*
* @param number 	 String to check. (Required)
* @return Returns a boolean.
* @author Scott Glassbrook (cflib@vox.phydiux.com)
* @version 3, October 2, 2008
*/
function isMod10(number) {
var nDigits = Len(arguments.number);
var parity = nDigits MOD 2;
var digit = "";
var sum = 0;
var i = "";

for (i=0; i LTE nDigits - 1; i=i+1) {
digit = Mid(arguments.number, i+1, 1);
if ((i MOD 2) EQ parity) {
digit = digit * 2;
if (digit GT 9) {
digit = digit - 9;
}
}
sum = sum + digit;
}

if (NOT sum MOD 10) return TRUE;
else return FALSE;
}``````

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