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Barcode freeware component for Borland C++ Builder and Borland Delphi freeware


Barcode freeware component for Borland C++ Builder 5, Borland C++ Builder 6, Borland Delphi 4, Borland Delphi 5, Borland Delphi 6, Borland Delphi 7 and Borland Delphi 8. It's simple as One Two and Three. Install component, Place component on the form, and change one property Barcode ID and you can see new generated barcode. For now it's compiliant with EAN-13 standart, the most popular standart in Europe.


Installed TBarcode component on new Panel

TBarcode component installed on new palette

Just placed TBarcode component
Demo program, just placed TBarcode component Demo program, generating new barcode


Download demo program version HERE (screenshots above)
Download component HERE


If you find out some problems related to TBarcode component please inform me about this using source forge tbarcode forum. According to your assistance I will make corrections to this component and use this troubleshooting section for right way.

About author

My name is Tomas Vilda, I'm living in Lithuania, city Vilnius. I work as system administrator-programmer on enterprise of J. Denapas "TIGBIS". My e-mail webmaster@stilius.net. I have wonderful girlfriend Inga that I love so much. And I want to thank her for making me do something else not just sitting by computer.


This component was last updated on 2008 10 23.


This document is copyrighted to Tomas Vilda.

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