Code 16K Barcode

This Symbology is also known as Code16K

Code 16K was developed by Ted Williams in 1989 to provide a simple to print and decode multiple row symbology. Williams also developed Code 128, and the structure of 16K is based on Code 128. The code is a continuous, variable-length symbology that can encode the complete ASCII 128-character set. It is mainly used in the health care industry.
This symbology has six modes 0 through 5, but Barcode Professional products only supports the Modes 0, 1, and 2.

Sample of a Code 16K Barcode

How to create Code 16K barcodes using Barcode Professional

Note: Please refer to the Class Reference documentation for more information about the properties and methods stated in this document.
In order to get a Code 16K barcode image, please follow these steps:
Example of a Code 16K barcode image
Code property = ABC 123456789 and Code16kMode property = Mode0 will produce the following barcode image: