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help with numbers to bar code

Discussion in 'C' started by paulwct, Mar 27, 2007.

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  1. paulwct

    paulwct New Member

    hello everyone
    I hope everyone is doing good
    i have a problem with some of my homework that i can't figure it out
    i am writing a program in c++ and i need to convert the zip code into bar code for example like this one Zipcode = 95014 Barcode = ||:|:::|:|:||::::::||:|::|:::|||
    can someone please help me out
    thanks
     
  2. boldyman

    boldyman New Member

    Last edited by a moderator: Mar 27, 2007
  3. paulwct

    paulwct New Member

    hello everyone
    I hope everyone is doing good
    i have a problem with some of my homework that i can't figure it out
    i am writing a program in c++ and i need to convert the zip code into bar code for example like this one Zipcode = 95014 Barcode = ||:|:::|:|:||::::::||:|::|:::|||
    can someone please help me out
    thanks
     
  4. DaWei

    DaWei New Member

    I didn't read the link that was provided, and apparently you didn't either. I've contributed to a number of projects that deal with bar codes, including those for the USPS that appear on US resident's mail. The concept is relatively simple, and usually involves modifications that contribute to evaluating the correctness of the code in question.

    I have some concerns regarding your ability to post, since you seem restricted to copying your previous input. I would despair at teaching you something beyond the concept of "2 + 2 = 4", or "See Dick run, see Jane run, see Spot run!". Perhaps you could ameliorate this by advancing beyond "Duh!".
     
  5. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    You have posted in a 2007 thread and I am damn sure it is not needed. Thread closed.
     
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