Barcodes (the approach to encoding data in black-and-white bars) are widely used since their invention in the middle of the XXth century. They have proven themselves to be a universal and reliable mean in cases when a small amount of uniform significant data is to be associated with multiple things and then processed automatically. Though in last years the usage of barcodes has gradually yielded to distant identification (like RFID), many types of software still need an engine for discovering and decoding barcode images. The ActiveX control EymBarcodeReader.ocx is a really good example of such engine.
EymBarcodeReader.ocx is easy-to-use, universal, and reliable. The ease of use means that you should do a very small amount of work to integrate it into your software (just several lines of code). The universality means: first, EymBarcodeReader knows and decodes virtually any widely used 1D barcode scheme; second, it understands even several barcodes on one image. The reliability means that even small low-quality images can be successfully processed, and also you can control «Confidence Threshold» required.
So, when you need something to work with barcodes without thinking of all possible difficulties, EymBarcodeReader.ocx is a good choice.
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