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Barcode 128 follow up to thread694-1809118

Barcode 128 follow up to thread694-1809118

Barcode 128 follow up to thread694-1809118

thread694-1809118: barcode 128

OP in old thread said this:

My problem is that some codes that I need to print have a "/" on it.

There was no reply and the thread's closed.

One thing you could try is to try print "//". The first "/" may (but I have no way to test this hypothesis) be seen as an escape character, fooling it into seeing the second one as the actual character to print.

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