The available character sets for the Code 128 Symbology.
Note For more information on a particular symbology, please visit http://www.idautomation.com/fonts
|Auto||Automatically switches between character sets as necessary to produce the most efficient barcode.|
|A||Allows for uppercase characters, punctuation and numbers. Lower case characters create several special functions in set A such as a return or tab. It may be necessary to use set A to manually encode these functions in a barcode.|
|B||The most common because it encodes everything from ASCII 32 to ASCII 126. It allows for upper and lower case letters, punctuation, numbers and a few select functions.|
|C||Encodes only an even set of numbers. Because the numbers are "interleaved" into pairs, two numbers are encoded into every barcode character which makes it a very high density barcode. If the number to encode is not an even number, a leading zero should be added.|
Assembly: IDAutomation.LinearBarCode (in IDAutomation.LinearBarCode.dll)