Frequently Asked Questions

If you encounter an error in the form saying "Barcode number (1) which is set up differs from the one (0) that is read normally" solution is very simple! If you own Barcode Horizontal (H), barcode lines must be parallel to the barcode reading lines. If you own Barcode Vertical (V), barcode lines must be perpendicular to the reading lines. Also if you do not have any barcode on the paper, you might encounter with the same error too.
First, let's look at normal FMT definition:

xx1=xx2=yy1=yy2=K=Y=ABCDE=X2=

According to this definition:

xx1 = Initial Line

xx2 = Final Line

yy1 = Initial Column

yy2 = Final Column

K = Character (S = Numerical but there is no sense in our new reading program. This information can always be written as K)

Y = Horizontal (D= Vertical and K= Box)

ABCDE= order to be translated

X - Display on the screen

B - Ask if it is not in certain intervals

C - Horizontal Multiple characters are allowed

M - Vertical Multiple characters are allowed

Y - Asterisk control

W – Space and asterisk

Q - not written on the file, asterisks are only checked

Z – If there is asterisk, eject the sheet of reject tray

U – If there is space and asterisk, eject the sheet of reject tray

K – Condition (if there is an informaton in a window)

V – If the conditions are met and there is a space and asterisk, eject the sheet of reject tray

S – If the conditions are met and there is a asterisk, eject the sheet of reject tray

A - To be read with a barcode

N - Binary (according to the binary number system)

R - Automatically increment the number

D- External data input

Now we will turn back to the box definition; for example, suppose you have a window on the paper:

A B

C D

E F

The definition of this window should be as follows:

xx1=xx2=yy1=yy2=K=K=A BC DE F=X2==