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UCC128 human readable format code in zpl

UCC128 human readable format code in zpl

UCC128 human readable format code in zpl

(OP)
I am using the following zpl code in a label template:

^FO20,1000^AAN,18,10^FDSSCC-18:^FS
^FO135,1030^AUN,27,20^FD<<UCC128>>^FS
^FO100,1070^GB462,0,2,W^FS
^BY4
^FO135,1090^BCN,235,N,N,N,U^FD<<UCC128>>^FS

The UCC128 data is pulled from a field that contains a string of numbers like 00006196590135710014.  I need that number to appear on the label in this human readable format, (00) 0 0619659 013571001 4.  I can not change the way the number appears in the table I am pulling it from.  Is there a zpl command or code that will take unformatted data and turn it into the format I need?   

appreciate the help.

RE: UCC128 human readable format code in zpl

(OP)
Hi all,

I just realized that this post might not be an exact fit in this forum since I am asking about formatting the human readable portion of a UCC128 barcode. Please let me know if there is a more appropriate forum to post in.

Thanks.

RE: UCC128 human readable format code in zpl

This is the only barcode forum here at tek-tips. But you might contact Zebra since they wrote ZPL.

1-847-913-2259

DougP, MCP, A+

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