Is it possible to scan a barcode and have an application know which field is intended?
I have a hand-held scanner and lets say that I had 3 different bar codes, would it be possible for me to scan one of the barcodes and the application automatically place the data in the correct field?
I am using VB.NET but will consider C# as well.
ps. All hints, ideas and suggestions are welcomed.
Not in and of itself. If the data is sufficiently different - one barcode is text, one barcode is numeric, one barcode is a date - you might just accept the data and populate the field with some logic.
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