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SymbologyType Enumeration

Describes all supported barcode symbologies (types).

Namespace:Bytescout.BarCodeReader
Assembly: Bytescout.BarCodeReader (in Bytescout.BarCodeReader.dll) Version: 11.6.2.2053-master
Syntax
public enum SymbologyType
Members
Member nameValueDescription
Unknown0 (0) Indicates that barcode symbology is unknown.
Codabar1 (1) Codabar barcode (Also known as Ames Code, USD-4, NW-7, Code 2 of 7). Codabar symbology allows only symbols from this string '0123456789-$:/.+' to be encoded. This symbology used for example in libraries and blood banks.
Code1282 (2) Code 128 barcode. It is a very effective, high-density symbology which permits the encoding of alphanumeric (subject to alphabet selection) data. Code 128 is a very dense code, used extensively worldwide.
GS13 (3) GS1-128 symbology (new name for EAN128 symbology).
Code394 (4) Code 39 barcode (aka USD-3, 3 of 9). Code 39 symbology allows all ASCII symbols to be encoded in extended mode or symbols from this string "0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ-. $/+%" in standard mode. This symbology used for example by U.S. Government and military, required for DoD applications.
I2of55 (5) Interleaved 2 of 5 barcode (also known as Code 2 of 5 Interleaved). Interleaved 2 of 5 symbology allows only numeric values to be encoded. This symbology is used primarily in the distribution and warehouse industry.
EAN136 (6) EAN-13 barcode. Used with consumer products internationally. EAN-13 symbology allows only numeric values to be encoded.
EAN87 (7) EAN-8 barcode. This symbology is a short version of EAN-13 that is intended to be used on packaging which would be otherwise too small to use one of the other versions. Used with consumer products internationally. EAN-8 symbology allows only numeric values to be encoded.
UPCA8 (8) UPC-A barcode. Used with consumer products in U.S. UPC-A symbology allows only numeric values to be encoded.
UPCE9 (9) UPC-E barcode. This symbology is zero-suppression version of UPC-A. It is intended to be used on packaging which would be otherwise too small to use one of the other versions. The code is smaller because it drops out zeros which would otherwise occur in a symbol. Used with consumer products in U.S. UPC-E symbology allows only numeric values to be encoded.
EAN210 (10) The EAN-2 (Also known as EAN/2 and EAN 2) is a supplement to the EAN-13 and UPC-A barcodes. It is often used on magazines and periodicals to indicate an issue number.
EAN511 (11) The EAN-5 (Also known as EAN/5 and EAN 5) is a supplement to EAN-13 and UPC-A barcodes. It is often used to give a suggestion for the price of the book.
PDF41712 (12) PDF417 symbology. This symbology is heavily used in the parcel industry. The PDF417 symbology can encode a vast amount of data into a small space. This symbology allows a maximum data size of 1850 text characters, or 2710 digits.
DataMatrix13 (13) DataMatrix symbology. The most popular application for DataMatrix is marking small items. The Data Matrix can encode text and raw data. Usual data size is from a few bytes up to 2 kilobytes.
QRCode14 (14) QR Code symbology. QR Code initially was used for tracking parts in vehicle manufacturing, but now QR Codes used in a much broader context, including both commercial tracking applications and convenience-oriented applications aimed at mobile phone users (known as mobile tagging).
Aztec15 (15) Aztec symbology.
TriopticCode3916 (16) Trioptic Code 39 symbology.
PatchCode17 (17) Patch Code symbology.
GS1DataBarOmnidirectional18 (18) GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional symbology.
GS1DataBarExpanded19 (19) GS1 DataBar Expanded symbology.
GS1DataBarLimited20 (20) GS1 DataBar Limited symbology.
GS1DataBarStacked21 (21) GS1 DataBar Stacked symbology.
GS1DataBarExpandedStacked22 (22) GS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked symbology.
MaxiCode23 (23) MaxiCode symbology.
MICR24 (24) MICR symbology.
IntelligentMail25 (25) USPS Intelligent Mail symbology.
RoyalMail26 (26) Royal Mail symbology.
RoyalMailKIX27 (27) Royal Mail KIX symbology.
AustralianPostCode28 (28) Australian Post 4 State Customer Code symbology.
CodablockF29 (29) Codablock F symbology.
Code16K30 (30) Code 16K symbology.
PostNet31 (31) PostNet symbology.
MicroPDF32 (32) MicroPDF symbology.
Code9333 (33) Code 93 symbology.
MSI34 (34) MSI symbology.
ITF1435 (35) ITF-14 symbology (Interleaved 2 of 5 restricted to 14 symbols).
GTIN1436 (36) GTIN-14 barcode (also known as Code 2 of 5 Interleaved with 14 digits). GTIN-14 symbology allows only 14 numeric values to be encoded. This symbology is used primarily in the distribution and warehouse industry.
GTIN1337 (37) GTIN-13 barcode. Used with consumer products internationally. GTIN-13 symbology allows only 13 numeric values to be encoded.
GTIN838 (38) GTIN-8 barcode. This symbology is a short version of GTIN-13 that is intended to be used on packaging which would be otherwise too small to use one of the other versions. Used with consumer products internationally. GTIN-8 symbology allows only 8 numeric values to be encoded.
GTIN1239 (39) GTIN-12 barcode. Used with consumer products in U.S. GTIN-12 symbology allows only 12 numeric values to be encoded.
CircularI2of540 (40) Circular variation of Interleaved 2 of 5 barcode.
PZN41 (41) PZN barcode. German Pharmacy Barcode.
Pharmacode42 (42) Pharmacode, also known as Pharmaceutical Binary Code, is a barcode standard, used in the pharmaceutical industry as a packing control system. It is designed to be readable despite printing errors.
Code39Ext43 (43) Extended Code 39 barcode symbology.
Code39Mod4344 (44) Code 39 mod 43 barcode symbology. This is Code 39 with modulo 43 check digit.
Code39Mod43Ext45 (45) Code 39 mod 43 Extended barcode symbology. This is Extended Code 39 with modulo 43 check digit.
UPU46 (46) UPU (Universal Postal Union) barcode symbology. This is the Code 39 with modulo 11 check digit.
Segment47 (47) Segment element of Optical Mark Recognition (OMR).
Circle48 (48) Circle element of Optical Mark Recognition (OMR).
Oval49 (49) Oval element of Optical Mark Recognition (OMR).
Checkbox50 (50) Checkbox element of Optical Mark Recognition (OMR).
HorizontalLine51 (51) Horizontal line element of Optical Mark Recognition (OMR).
VerticalLine52 (52) Vertical line element of Optical Mark Recognition (OMR).
UnderlinedField53 (53) Underlined field element of Optical Mark Recognition (OMR).
Table54 (54) Bordered table element of Optical Mark Recognition (OMR).
DPMDataMatrix55 (55) DPM (Direct Part Marking) DataMatrix symbology.
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