More Tips and tricks with BardecodeFiler… Splitting a PDF into separate pages named after the last bar code value This is a guide to splitting a PDF document into separate pages, renamed according to the last bar code value found using BardecodeFiler. You can download BardecodeFiler from here. Step 1: Start BardecodeFiler and click on
Version 18.104.22.168 of the Softek Barcode Reader Toolkit for Windows has been released. This version addresses an issue with handling UTF-8 encoded data in a PDF-417 or DataMatrix bar code. The problem… Say you have a PDF417 bar code that encodes the characters: キヤノン電子 ….in UTF-8 format with the following bytes of hex data: E3
Softek Barcode Reader Toolkit for Windows Version 22.214.171.124 has been released with the following fixes: 1. Fixed handle leak on multi-processor systems. 2. Modified Code 39 parameters to handle larger differences between the sizes of spaces and bars.
Please note that the contact telephone number for Softek Software is now: +44 845 056 8856 (0845 056 8856 from within the UK).
We’re pleased to announce the release of version 8 of the bar code reader SDK. Ability to fully utilize the power of multi-core/multi-processor systems by parallel processing separate pages of documents. New image extraction and render engine for the PDF extension with native 64-bit support. Better control over the scanning process with new functions to
A 64-bit version of the iOS SDK has been released. From February 2015 Apple will not accept applications without native 64-bit support so it is important for iOS developers who are using our SDK to upgrade to the latest version as soon as possible. If you require a new license key then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The following code as been kindly contributed by a developer to show how to use the SoftekBarcode DLL interface with Python: Python 2.7: import ctypes from ctypes import * import os # Set up the path to SoftekBarcode.dll softek = r’C:\\Your\\Path\\To\\softek_barcode_sdk\\x86′ os.environ[‘PATH’] = ‘;’.join([softek, os.environ[‘PATH’]]) softekDLL = ctypes.OleDLL(os.path.join(softek, ‘SoftekBarcode.dll’)) # Create Barcode Instance and Set
The Linux version of our SDK now supports the Centos 6 and Ubuntu 12.10 distributions with a ready made builds.
The ScanBarCodeFromBitmap function allows you to read bar codes from memory bitmaps rather than image files held on disk. The function takes a handle to a bitmap as the parameter rather than the path to a file containing the image. It is normally referred to as an HBITMAP by programmers. You can create a bitmap
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