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, 29 Aug 2007
A powerfully simple .NET utility class for validating and testing credit card numbers in C# and VB.
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Todd Anglin is an Experts Exchange ASP.NET Master and a Telerik Technical Evangelist responsible for building a strong Telerik community across the globe. Before joining Telerik, Todd worked as a developer in a Fortune 200 financial services company in San Antonio as a Systems Analyst supporting applications on a wide range of platforms and technologies, including Unix, Windows Server, Informix, Oracle, and SQL Server. Todd graduated Magna Cum Laude with Business Honors from Mays Business School at Texas A&M University with a BBA in MIS and now resides with his wife in The Woodlands, Texas.

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