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Thanks for you reply.
I want to program for it(i.e.make program to output DataMatrix Barcode Label).
Can you help me?
Any help will be useful!

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Dave,

There are some nice products at SNIP if you just want to use VB or C to print barcodes.

I came accros your post looking for a spec for DataMatrix myself. I am wanting to scan 2d barcodes with a CCD camera and interpret the embedded text. Did you have any luck in actually finding a specification for DataMatrix??

Thanks

-DE

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If you guys are still looking for the Data Matrix ECC200 specification, you can purchase it from ISO SNIP for about $150 (USD). I had to purchase it for my project SNIP, which encodes and decodes Data Matrix barcodes under Linux. Even though the spec is only 95 pages, I can verify for you that it is well worth it. It is available as either paper hardcopy or PDF download.

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sory, can you help me sir!! i want the specification of barcode datamatrix ecc200 for my paper..thank u

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sory, can you help me sir!! i want the specification of barcode datamatrix ecc200 for my paper..thank u

If you want to avoid purchasing the actual ISO spec then I'd recommend checking out this guy's site: http://grandzebu.net/index.php?page=/informatique/codbar-en/datamatrix.htm

It is pretty thorough, and very close to the spirit of the official spec. If that doesn't work then there are also other Data Matrix resources listed at http://www.libdmtx.org/resources.php that you can try, but the one I listed should be your best bet.

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sory sir, Does u know how/where I can get the ISO/IEC 16022 for cheap? I
am a student and there is no way I can afford the prices I have seen
around the net.
i'm looking in http://grandzebu.net/ and i get little understand about it, but i dont understand in high level process
i'm understand with error corection proccess and low level encoder, can u help me sir??

best regards for help

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