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how to generate barcode image using barcode reader
Posted 9-May-12 9:33am
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Mika Wendelius at 9-May-12 14:36pm
   
Could you clarify the question. A barcode reader is the device to read an existing barcode, not to generate it.
SAKryukov at 9-May-12 14:37pm
   
I answered the question as it is. What, does it need clarification? Well, please see my answer... :-)
And a comment below...
--SA
SAKryukov at 9-May-12 14:36pm
   
Perhaps what you say is not what you really want. (Please see my answer :-) If this is the case, re-formulate it.
--SA
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Solution 2

You don't. Those are two entirely seperate operations. A barcode reader reads the code and hands the code message to your application code.
 
To create a barcode image, you need a library that takes the code your application generates and renders the appropriate graphic image. There are libraries all over the web that do this. Since you didn't say anything about what barcode standard you're using, it's impossible to help any further.
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Solution 5

hiii,
 
here is Code to generate barcode image
 
GenCode128 - A Code128 Barcode Generator[^]
 
and about barcode reader barcode reader directly returns text on baracode not an image set cursor in barcode textbox and just click make barcode button.
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Solution 1

The same way as you would scan a printed document using a printer. Smile | :)
 
—SA
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Mika Wendelius at 9-May-12 15:14pm
   
A deluxe version has three devices attached to each other:
printer -> scanner -> shredder :)
SAKryukov at 9-May-12 16:07pm
   
Yee..e. Do you know the name of the whole thing? :-)
--SA
Mika Wendelius at 9-May-12 16:20pm
   
Yep, with few more additional devices, it's click[^] :)
SAKryukov at 9-May-12 17:04pm
   
Not really. Perhaps only if you recycle shredded parer to make printing paper... :-)
--SA

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