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data matrix coding

data matrix coding

data matrix coding

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How do i make a data matrix? I want to make a small data matrix to in-code a serial number on a small area. Cannot find any programe that will do what i want it too with out spending a lot of money
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RE: data matrix coding

You'll probably need to be a little more forth-coming with exactly what you are trying to do.  It would help if you'll explain a little about the operating environment (windows, unix, linux?), what type of programming languages you have available to work with (if any), what type of barcodes your wanting to build, type of printer's involved, etc.  Then maybe some help can be extended.  I'm sure there are lots of folks out here ready, willing, and able to assist.

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RE: data matrix coding

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Well i'm using a windows interface and programming in c++. I've found out how to make the dar codes using a program from http://www.bizfonts.com/datamatrix/ that seems to work. I have a program for reading the data matrix eVision 6.0 but i wont except the images because there not tif or because there converted tif. That the problem i face now. anyone know how i can get around it.

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