The Code 128 symbol is a very high-density linear barcode used in a wide variety of shipping and packaging industries around the world.
|BarcodeSymbology.Code128||The Code 128 barcode can encode all 128 ASCII characters through the use of multiple character code sets and special command codes.|
|LEADTOOLS Symbology Identifier||BarcodeSymbology.Code128 and for read only, BarcodeSymbology.UCCEAN128|
Supports all character subsets (A, B, and C). By utilizing three character sets, Code 128 is able to encode all 128 ASCII characters in a compact linear barcode. Special control characters allow for temporary switching between character sets.
Subset-switching compression mechanism that allows representing large amounts of barcode data with smaller ones.
Options to create/write barcodes that fit perfectly in your application.
There are several specialized data structures that use Code 128 encoding.
GS1-128, also known as UCC/EAN-128, UCC-128 and EAN-128, is a specialized, self-describing data structure conveyed as a Code 128 symbol. This means that not only does the Code 128 symbol store the data, but also stores what the data represents and how it should be formatted. This is done with the use of "Application Identifiers" defined in the EAN-128 standard.
UCC/EAN-14 is a specialized data structure usually consisting of 13 alphanumeric characters and a check digit. EAN-14 symbols have a similar application usage as compared to the EAN-13 symbol.
SISAC is a specialized data structure represented as a Code 128 symbol. The data structure that is stored is a SISAC-encoded Serial Item and Contribution Identifier and is used to represent periodical items such as magazines.
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