I need barcode technical documents. The document need to show programmer the barcode description and technical details, so programmer will be able to study it and do their program easily.
4. Interleaved 2 of 5
5. Code 39
6. Code 93
7. Code 128
8. Code 11
There are 9 technical documents needed. **Please do not copy & paste from other website or existing documents**.
**Again my requirements**
1. The barcode specification document to teach programmer how to do their own programming to print barcode in the image. Something like the following website <[url removed, login to view]>
2. The document cannot againt any copyright law. Meanning that don't copy exactly from other ready documents.
I no need any working program / programming source code. Just need the technical specification of all types of barcode listed earlier.
The article should be 300 - 600 words, and 3 paragraphs per article. Anyway, the most important is that the article help programmer understand each barcode and able to start programming the software.
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