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What is a barcode?

A barcode is a series of lines and numbers that you see on  packaging of products. The barcode is machine-readable and provides  information such as description and price of (MORE)

When was the barcode invented?

The Barcode Scanner was Invented and Patened in 1952 by Norman  Joseph Woodland of Ohio, USA 
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What is barcode?

A barcode is an optical machine readable representation of data, which shows certain data on certain products.
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Why do you have barcodes?

You need a barcode to keep track of inventory and assets. Track  mail and packages and control logins. The majority of retail stores  today are using a barcode system theref (MORE)

What is in a barcode?

A barcode contains the ID number of the product, which can be used by cash registers to gather information from the server such as it's price, and name.
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How do you get a barcode?

If you need to get a UPC (Universal Product Code) now known as GS1 for the purpose of selling your items in a retail Establishment that demand it, then you will need to regist (MORE)

How barcode can be get?

There are two ways to get the (EAN /  UPC) Barcodes:     You can lease Barcodes from GS1 by paying a large amount for  membership and then pay annual renewal fees e (MORE)

What are a Barcode and a Barcode Scanner?

The simple answer is that a barcode is a code that a contains information in the form of bars. This information is printed and then scanned (read) by a scanner that can decode (MORE)

How does a barcode reader read barcode?

A barcode reader (or barcode scanner) is an electronic device for reading printed barcodes. Like a flatbed scanner, it consists of a light source, a lens and a light sensor tr (MORE)

What is barcode labeling?

If you go to a shop and pick up almost any product (say a tin of beans), then if you look at the label on the tin you will see a small rectangle printed on it made up of black (MORE)