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Cyrillic character in bar code

Cyrillic character in bar code

Cyrillic character in bar code

(OP)
We faced problem to place Cyrillic characters into bar code. All known codes that we found do not allow us to use them. I would not like to use indexes instead of item ID.
Could anybody know such bar code? If so, please let me know.

Thanks.  

RE: Cyrillic character in bar code

Barcodes, which include non numerics,  are a sequence of ASCII values.
Presumably each Cyrillic character has its equivalent ASCII value.

You will need a Cyrillic font to display the output from the barcode reader.

RE: Cyrillic character in bar code

(OP)
Yah. I also thought so. But I suspect that all known me barcodes contain only 437 or 850 code-page tables. I would like to know if exists bar code with CP 866 (PC Cyrillic) code page that contains mixture Latin and Cyrillic characters.

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