You're starting your own credit card business. You've come up with a new way to validate credit cards with a simple function called `validateCreditCard`

that returns `true`

or `false`

.

Here are the rules for a valid number:

- Number must be 16 digits, all of them must be numbers
- You must have at least two different digits represented (all of the digits cannot be the same)
- The final digit must be even
- The sum of all the digits must be greater than 16

The following credit card numbers are valid:

`9999-9999-8888-0000`

`6666-6666-6666-1666`

The following credit card numbers are invalid:

`a923-3211-9c01-1112`

*invalid characters*`4444-4444-4444-4444`

*only one type of number*`1111-1111-1111-1110`

*sum less than 16*`6666-6666-6666-6661`

*odd final number*

In order to run the function, you'll need to load javascript on an HTML page. Click here for instructions on how to do that. From there, you will open your developer console to call the function.

Hint: Remove the dashed from the input string before checking if the input credit card number is valid.

**Bonus:** Return an object indicating whether the credit card is valid, and if not, what the error is

`{ valid: true, number: 'a923-3211-9c01-1112' }`

`{ valid: false, number: 'a923-3211-9c01-1112', error: ‘wrong_length’ }`

**Double Bonus:** Make your credit card scheme even more advanced! What are the rules, and what are some numbers that pass or fail? Ideas: check expiration date! Check out the Luhn Algorithm for inspiration.