.NET Barcode Reader
C#.NET Barcode Reader
VB.NET Barcode Reader
ASP.NET Barcode Reader
Java Barcode Reader
.NET Barcode can generate such codes as Code-93,
.NET UPC-A, RM4SCC, GS1-128/UCC/EAN-128, EAN-8, EAN-13,
.NET Data Matrix,
.NET PDF-417, Codabar, Code-11,
.NET Code-39, Code 2 of 5,
.NET UPC-E, ITF-14, ISBN, ISSN, MSI Plessey, POSTNET, PLANET, Identcode, Leitcode, GS1 Databar,
.NET EAN-13, HIBC LIC 39, HIBC PAS 128, HIBC PAS 39, IATA 2 of 5 Barcode, Australia Post 4-state Barcode, Singapore 4-State Postal Code Barcode,
Royal TPG Post KIX 4-State Barcode, USPS Facing Identification Marks, and Swiss PostParcel Barcode.
.NET Barcode Generator runs process data by converting characters to numeric values. For instance, the character "a" is converted to a numeric value so that a .NET barcode can manipulate that piece of data. Localization of global software requires significant modifications to the source .NET barcode, which results in the increased cost and delays releasing the product. .NET barcode is necessary with each release of a version. By the time a .NET barcode product is localized for a particular market, a newer version, which needs to be localized as well, is ready for distribution. As a result, .NET barcode is cumbersome and costly to produce and distribute global software products in a market where there is no universal character encoding standard.
The .NET barcode developed the .NET in response to the serious problems created by multiple character encodings and the use of those encodings. The.NET barcode facilitates the production and distribution of localized software. .NET barcode outlines a specification for the consistent encoding of the world's characters and symbols.