Caracteres de controle em códigos de barras

Como usar caracteres de controle em códigos de barras

Código de controleAlguns tipos de código de barras podem codificar caracteres de controle como TAB. Isto inclui o QR-Code, a DataMatrix, o Code 128 e o PDF417 Você digita estes caracteres de controle como texto simples incorporado em <>. A linha de comando usa {}.

Síntese dos caracteres de controle:

<SOH>
Start of Heading
ASCII Code: 1
<STX>
Start of Text
ASCII Code: 2
<ETX>
End of Text
ASCII Code: 3
<EOT>
End of Transmission
ASCII Code: 4
<ENQ>
Enquiry
ASCII Code: 5
<ACK>
Acknowledge
ASCII Code: 6
<BEL>
Bell
ASCII Code: 7
<BS>
Backspace
ASCII Code: 8
<TAB>
Horizontal Tabulation
ASCII Code: 9
<LF>
Line Feed
ASCII Code: 10
<VT>
Vertical Tabulation
ASCII Code: 11
<FF>
Form Feed
ASCII Code: 12
<CR>
Carriage Return
ASCII Code: 13
<SO>
Shift Out
ASCII Code: 14
<SI>
Shift In
ASCII Code: 15
<DLE>
Data Link Escape
ASCII Code: 16
<DC1>
Device Control 1
ASCII Code: 17
<DC2>
Device Control 2
ASCII Code: 18
<DC3>
Device Control 3
ASCII Code: 19
<DC4>
Device Control 4
ASCII Code: 20
<NAK>
Negative Acknowledge
ASCII Code: 21
<SYN>
Synchronous Idle
ASCII Code: 22
<ETB>
End of Transmission Block
ASCII Code: 23
<CAN>
Cancel
ASCII Code: 24
<EM>
End of Medium
ASCII Code: 25
<SUB>
Substitute
ASCII Code: 26
<ESC>
Escape
ASCII Code: 27
<FS>
File Separator
ASCII Code: 28
<GS>
Group Separator
ASCII Code: 29
<RS>
Record Separator
ASCII Code: 30
<US>
Unit Separator
ASCII Code: 31
<DEL>
Delete
ASCII Code: 127