• Embed data digits in Code 11 symbol with Visual Basic in your .NET projects
  • Apply to encode data for Code 11 with Visual Basic in .NET 2.0, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0
  • Three measurements support in pixel, inch, cm for Code 11 barcode symbol
  • Code 11 symbol margins can be adjusted, including top, bottom, left, and right margins
  • Complete adjustable wide bar to narrow bar ratio for Code 11 barcode
  • Efficiently Code 11 creating with X, Y dimension and barcode width& height configured
  • Reliable Code 11 barcode drawing dll with royalty-free and perpetual developer license
VB.NET Code 11 Encoder Integration
  1. Download the VB.NET barcode component from BusinessRefinery.com
  2. Unzip the VB.NET barcode component package
  3. Integrate BusinessRefinery.Barcode.Win.dll or BusinessRefinery.Barcode.Web.dll to your .NET project reference
  4. Add .NET Barcode Encoder .NET Windows Control Library to Visual Studio Toolbox
  • Right click your Visual Studio Toolbox, and select menu Choose Items...
  • In "Choose Toolbox Items" form, click button "Browse..."
  • Select BusinessRefinery.Barcode.Win.dll or BusinessRefinery.Barcode.Web.dll
Encoding Valid Characters for Code 11 in VB.NET

Code 11 is a variable length barcode with encoding numeric digits only. It is also known as USD-8 and used primarily in marking telecommunications. Code 11 uses one or two modulo-11 check digit(s). When the encoded data message into the Code 11 is no more than ten characters, only checksum 'C' is needed. When the data information encoded into the Code 11 is more than ten characters, both the checksum 'C' and 'K' are used.

(a) Code 11 barcode symbol physical structure:

  1. A start character
  2. Data message, numeric digit
  3. Checksum digit 'C' with less than ten characters.
  4. Checksum digits 'K' with more than ten characters.
  5. A stop character.

(b) Code 11 Valid Character Set

  • Numeric digits: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
  • Dash symbol: -

(c) Encoding data for Code 11 in Visual Basic .NET

Dim barcode As BusinessRefinery.Barcode.Linear barcode
= New BusinessRefinery.Barcode.Linear()
barcode.Symbology = BusinessRefinery.Barcode.Symbology.Code 11
barcode.Code = "0123456789"

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