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Barcode::Code39(3)	       User Contributed Perl Documentation	       Barcode::Code39(3)

NAME
       GD::Barcode::Code39 - Create Code39 barcode image with GD

SYNOPSIS
       ex. CGI

	 use GD::Barcode::Code39;
	 binmode(STDOUT);
	 print "Content-Type: image/png\n\n";
	 print GD::Barcode::Code39->new('*CODE39IMG*')->plot->png;

       with Error Check

	 my $oGdBar = GD::Barcode::Code39->new('*123456789;*');
	 die $GD::Barcode::Code39::errStr unless($oGdBar);     #Invalid Characters

DESCRIPTION
       GD::Barcode::Code39 is a subclass of GD::Barcode and allows you to create CODE-39 barcode
       image with GD.  This module based on "Generate Barcode Ver 1.02 By Shisei Hanai 97/08/22".

   new
       $oGdBar = GD::Barcode::Code39->new($sTxt);

       Constructor.  Creates a GD::Barcode::Code39 object for $sTxt.

   plot()
       $oGd = $oGdBar->plot([Height => $iHeight, NoText => 0 | 1]);

       creates GD object with barcode image for the $sTxt specified at new method.  $iHeight is
       height of the image. If NoText is 1, the image has no text image of $sTxt.

	ex.
	 my $oGdB = GD::Barcode::Code39->new('*12345*');
	 my $oGD = $oGdB->plot(NoText=>1, Height => 20);
	 # $sGD is a GD image with Height=>20 pixels, with no text.

   barcode()
       $sPtn = $oGdBar->barcode();

       returns a barcode pattern in string with '1' and '0'.  '1' means black, '0' means white.

	ex.
	 my $oGdB = GD::Barcode::Code39->new('*12345*');
	 my $sPtn = $oGdB->barcode();
	 # $sPtn = '';

   $errStr
       $GD::Barcode::Code39::errStr

       has error message.

   $text
       $oGdBar->{text}

       has barcode text based on $sTxt specified in new method.

AUTHOR
       Kawai Takanori GCD00051@nifty.ne.jp

COPYRIGHT
       The GD::Barocde::Code39 module is Copyright (c) 2000 Kawai Takanori. Japan.  All rights
       reserved.

       You may distribute under the terms of either the GNU General Public License or the
       Artistic License, as specified in the Perl README file.

SEE ALSO
       GD::Barcode

perl v5.16.3				    2003-05-29			       Barcode::Code39(3)
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