dude9er

07-21-2007, 05:52 AM

I have a piece of asp code that is validating a credit card expiry date. The values from "CC_expmonth" value and "CC_expyear" value are checked against todays date and returns an error is expired. I am getting a "Type mismatch: '[string: "//"]' " error which I have narrowed down to be associated with this bit of code...

DateDiffTest=DateDiff("D", Date, ConcDate)

if DateDiffTest =< 0 then

Reason2 = "<strong>ERROR:</strong> Credit Card Expired. "

InputError=InputError+1

end if

Here is the entire code in question:

dim CCExpDate,LLDate,ConcDate

'Concatenate date str for compare with CDate vals, if this is needed

dim DaysInMos,DateDiffTest

'Select CASE based on card month input from usr

Select Case CC_expmonth

Case "1"

DaysInMos="31"

Case "2"

'forgot to calc for leap yr for day diff in Feb

'Every year divisible by 4 IS a leap year.

'But every year divisible by 100 is NOT a leap year

'Unless the year IS ALSO divisible by 400, then it is still a leap year.

'i.e., 1800, 1900, 2100, 2200, 2300 and 2500 are NOT leap years, year 2000 and 2400 are.

'establish generic days-in-mos for Feb

DaysInMos=28

'check for Leap Year and chg days to 29 instead

right_year_divided=CC_expyear/4

if right_year_divided = cint(right_year_divided) then

DaysInMos=29

end if

if right(CC_expyear,2)="00" then

right_year_divided=CC_expyear/400

if right_year_divided = cint(right_year_divided) then

DaysInMos=29

end if ' I checked of year values

end if ' I checked for new century

Case "3"

DaysInMos="31"

Case "4"

DaysInMos="30"

Case "5"

DaysInMos="31"

Case "6"

DaysInMos="30"

Case "7"

DaysInMos="31"

Case "8"

DaysInMos="31"

Case "9"

DaysInMos="30"

Case "10"

DaysInMos="31"

Case "11"

DaysInMos="30"

Case "12"

DaysInMos="31"

End Select

'Concantenate cc exp str for compare

ConcDate = CC_expmonth & "/" & DaysInMos & "/" & CC_expyear

'Check differences in Card Date and Now

'Complain if diff is 0 or neg num

DateDiffTest=DateDiff("D", Date, ConcDate)

if DateDiffTest =< 0 then

Reason2 = "<strong>ERROR:</strong> Credit Card Expired. "

InputError=InputError+1

end if

'===================================================

if InputError = 0 then

I have found this bit of info from ASP 101 -- LINK (http://www.asp101.com/samples/var_types.asp?strInput=-2%2C147%2C483%2C648)

"So... if there's really only one data type, what does a type mismatch mean and why am I writing a sample about data types? Well... a type mismatch occurs when you try and do something inappropriate like for example divide a number by a string or pass a string to a function that only processes numbers! You may have noticed how I tend to name my variables starting with a lower case prefix. This is one way programmers attempt to keep track of what type of data a certain variable is supposed to contain in an attempt to not get type mismatches."

I have not a clue how to rewrite this little bit of code to to remove this MISMATCH error. Can someone please lead down the right path?

THANKS!!

DateDiffTest=DateDiff("D", Date, ConcDate)

if DateDiffTest =< 0 then

Reason2 = "<strong>ERROR:</strong> Credit Card Expired. "

InputError=InputError+1

end if

Here is the entire code in question:

dim CCExpDate,LLDate,ConcDate

'Concatenate date str for compare with CDate vals, if this is needed

dim DaysInMos,DateDiffTest

'Select CASE based on card month input from usr

Select Case CC_expmonth

Case "1"

DaysInMos="31"

Case "2"

'forgot to calc for leap yr for day diff in Feb

'Every year divisible by 4 IS a leap year.

'But every year divisible by 100 is NOT a leap year

'Unless the year IS ALSO divisible by 400, then it is still a leap year.

'i.e., 1800, 1900, 2100, 2200, 2300 and 2500 are NOT leap years, year 2000 and 2400 are.

'establish generic days-in-mos for Feb

DaysInMos=28

'check for Leap Year and chg days to 29 instead

right_year_divided=CC_expyear/4

if right_year_divided = cint(right_year_divided) then

DaysInMos=29

end if

if right(CC_expyear,2)="00" then

right_year_divided=CC_expyear/400

if right_year_divided = cint(right_year_divided) then

DaysInMos=29

end if ' I checked of year values

end if ' I checked for new century

Case "3"

DaysInMos="31"

Case "4"

DaysInMos="30"

Case "5"

DaysInMos="31"

Case "6"

DaysInMos="30"

Case "7"

DaysInMos="31"

Case "8"

DaysInMos="31"

Case "9"

DaysInMos="30"

Case "10"

DaysInMos="31"

Case "11"

DaysInMos="30"

Case "12"

DaysInMos="31"

End Select

'Concantenate cc exp str for compare

ConcDate = CC_expmonth & "/" & DaysInMos & "/" & CC_expyear

'Check differences in Card Date and Now

'Complain if diff is 0 or neg num

DateDiffTest=DateDiff("D", Date, ConcDate)

if DateDiffTest =< 0 then

Reason2 = "<strong>ERROR:</strong> Credit Card Expired. "

InputError=InputError+1

end if

'===================================================

if InputError = 0 then

I have found this bit of info from ASP 101 -- LINK (http://www.asp101.com/samples/var_types.asp?strInput=-2%2C147%2C483%2C648)

"So... if there's really only one data type, what does a type mismatch mean and why am I writing a sample about data types? Well... a type mismatch occurs when you try and do something inappropriate like for example divide a number by a string or pass a string to a function that only processes numbers! You may have noticed how I tend to name my variables starting with a lower case prefix. This is one way programmers attempt to keep track of what type of data a certain variable is supposed to contain in an attempt to not get type mismatches."

I have not a clue how to rewrite this little bit of code to to remove this MISMATCH error. Can someone please lead down the right path?

THANKS!!