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Where Can I Find free QRCode Library or DLL for C++?
I Searched on Google but I can't find anything that's
free and for c++...
Posted 7-Feb-11 17:04pm
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Solution 1

Download code from this CP article Open Source QRCode Library[^]
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SAKryukov at 7-Feb-11 23:29pm
   
My 5. I immediately found it, too. But this is C#, OP asks about C++.
--SA
Espen Harlinn at 8-Feb-11 15:52pm
   
Good link, a 5 - event if it's c#, doesn't seem to be many available options out there
E$w@r at 8-Feb-11 23:06pm
   
Thank you Espen.
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Solution 2

So far, I did not find for C++, too.
However, you still can use C# solution (Open Source QRCode Library[^], E$w@e found it, too), because there is a nice way to export methods from .NET Assembly to unmanaged (without using COM!), and then you would use the resulting library in C++. Many think it's not possible, but this is not true.
 
Please see my other Answer: loading C# DLL in MFC[^].
 
I'll understand if you cannot accept this answer. In this case, keep searching, Google is your friend.
 
—SA
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E$w@r at 8-Feb-11 0:59am
   
Good Suggestion & Solution. Have 5 +
SAKryukov at 8-Feb-11 3:08am
   
Thanks. And I tested the technique.
Espen Harlinn at 8-Feb-11 15:53pm
   
Good link, a 5 - even if it's c#, doesn't seem to be many available options out there, and this provides one option for accessing the functionality from c++
SAKryukov at 8-Feb-11 19:18pm
   
Thank you, Espen.
You see, this time you agree with the value of direct export of managed method to unmanaged, despite your concern you expressed in the other comment (I recently replied). Again, it depends on the purpose and can be a matter or discussion.
--SA
SAKryukov at 10-Feb-11 22:39pm
   
I did not find any so far, did you?
My idea is to use available .NET library written in C# and use it in your C++ using the export method I pointer out in my Answer.
--SA
novice51 at 1-Mar-11 5:57am
   
thank you for your answer...
 

i already found a vc++ sample...
SAKryukov at 1-Mar-11 14:38pm
   
Good for you.
Will you share the reference?
Good luck,
--SA

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