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CIAC Absent Member.
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Reading barcodes gs1-128

Hello,

I'm looking for some sample code about reading barcodes in format gs1-128 in a cobol program, but, at the moment i don't have anything. Anyone knows of some examples?

Thanks afterwards

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safweawe Absent Member.
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RE: Reading barcodes gs1-128

Here is a sample code to read gs1-128 which is found on a site I used:

 string[] datas = BarcodeScanner.Scan("code-128-barcode-image.gif", BarcodeType.Code128);

I am not sure if this is suitable for you. Or you can go to that site to check by yourself. That is a good and professional barcode site. I used their to tools to create PDF47 barcode in C# for years.

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Nana111 Absent Member.
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RE: Reading barcodes gs1-128

[quote user="safweawe"]

Here is a sample code to read gs1-128 which is found on a site I used:

 string[] datas = BarcodeScanner.Scan("code-128-barcode-image.gif", BarcodeType.Code128);

I am not sure if this is suitable for you. Or you can go to that site to check by yourself. That is a good and professional barcode site. I used their to tools to create PDF47 barcode in C# for years.

[/quote]

HI there

Thanks for your sample code.It is very nice of you.But the code is so difficult for me.I just want to know that if you have any free trial from barcode generater which supports to read or generate some normal barcode like code 128,pdf417 or code 39.Thanks for any suggestions.

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derek054 Absent Member.
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RE: Reading barcodes gs1-128

Just in case you ever want to create a GS1-128 barcode, here is a detailed guide for it.

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