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The first barcode is the .NET EAN-8 Generator (the number of pixels from the left side of the barcode), and the second .NET EAN-8 barcode generator is the y-barcode (representing the number of pixels from the top of the barcode). .NET EAN-8 barcode generator are measured from the upper-left corner of the .NET EAN-8 barcoding creation in pixels that is just below the Barcode menu in the sample output window of the figure. A pixel which is picture element is the unit of display for your computer's screen.
On a color screen, a .NET EAN-8 barcoding creation appears as one colored barcode on the screen. Many personal computers have 800 .NET EAN-8 barcodes generations for the width of the screen and 600 .NET EAN-8 barcodes generations for the height of the screen, for a total of 800 times 600 or 480,000 displayable .NET EAN-8 bar codes creator. Many computers today have screens with higher screen resolutions, i.e., they have more .NET EAN-8 bar codes creator for the width and height of the screen. The size of .NET EAN-8 bar codes that draw generator on the screen depends on the size and resolution of the screen. For screens with the same size, the .NET EAN-8 bar codes that draw generator will appear smaller on the screen with the higher resolution. Note that some older computers have .NET EAN-8 barcodes that generate creation resolutions lower than 800 by 600.
.NET EAN-8 generator usually generates barcode such as: GS1-128/UCC/EAN-128, EAN-8, EAN-13, UPC-A, UPC-E, Code 2 of 5, Interleaved 2 of 5, ITF-14, ISBN, ISSN, MSI Plessey, POSTNET, PLANET, Codabar, Code-11, Code-39, JAN-13, JAN-8, Matrix 2 of 5, EAN-Velocity, FedEx Ground 96, HIBC LIC 128, HIBC LIC 39,Code-93, Code-128, Identcode, Leitcode, USPS Intelligent Mail Barcode (Onecode), RM4SCC, GS1 Databar, QR-Code, PDF-417, Data Matrix, Australia Post 4-state Barcode.