This sub-routine will produce a barcode from any alphanumeric string. The barcode is be made of a table with individual black and white images making up the individual lines. It can also be printed from the browser.
Add the script below to your own ASP script, or create an include file for it. You need a couple of image files to ensure that the barcode will display and print correctly. These are just 1px by 1px white and black 'GIF' files and you can download them below.
To call the barcode sub-routine use the following syntax (where data is the text or numbers in the barcode, height is the height in pixels (defaults to 30), width is the width in pixels (either 1 or 2 works well, default is 1), and text is a boolean value for whether you want the barcode data printed below the barcode:
Barcode data, height, width, textSample ASP Barcode
Download barcode.zip (1.24kb)
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