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#1 Posted : Friday, September 10, 2021 12:47:30 PM(UTC)

Bobby L  
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I am looking for basic sample code to generate a series of 3 of 9 barcodes. I looked at AAMVAWriteDemo project, but that seemed way too complex for what I'm trying to do.

Basically, I'm looking to create an application where a user can provide a Root string and the number of barcodes they want to generate, and use that input to generate "n" number of barcodes on a PDF image.

If such an example exists already, please point me to it.


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#2 Posted : Friday, September 10, 2021 3:43:26 PM(UTC)


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Hello Bobby,

If you're looking for a example on how to write simple barcode, I would recommend checking out the "Write 1D and 2D Barcodes to an Image" tutorial. There are a few offered in different programming languages that you may find the links to below.


Windows C DLL (C/C++)

C# .NET Framework Console

C# .NET Core Console

The use the Code3Of9 member in the BarcodeSymbology Enumeration is what you would need to identify to write this specific symbology for the Java and .NET tutorials.

In the C/C++ tutorial you would need to set the ulType in the BARCODEDATA Structure to BARCODE_1D_CODE_3_OF_9
Blaise Kress
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