Generate ITF BarCode using Python

Create BarCode Images via your Python applications without installing any other software.


For a developer, who is trying to generate custom ITF barcode images via Python application, Aspose.Total for Python via .NET API can help to automate the barcode creation process in any color or size according to business needs. It’s a full package of various APIs dealing different formats as well as 1D, 2D and Postal barcodes. Aspose.BarCode for Python via .NET API that is part of Aspose.Total for Python via .NET package makes this generation process easy. Moreover, developers can easily adjust and customize appearance of all barcode elements, including the colors of bars, borders, background and text captions as well as their positioning.

How to Generate ITF BarCode in Python

  • Use BarcodeGenerator class object with the relevant encoding types
  • Set relevant paramets like location and dimensions
  • Save using save() method by passing relevant image path and type like BarCodeImageFormat.PNG

Creation Requirements

  • For ITF barcode creation, Python 3.5 or later is required
  • Reference APIs within the project directly from PyPI ( Aspose.BarCode )
  • Or Use the following pip commands pip install aspose-barcode-for-python-via-net
  • Moreover, Microsoft Windows or Linux based OS (see more for BarCode )

Generate ITF Symbology BarCode in Python


Explore Barcode Generator Options with Python

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Create CODEBLOCK (CodablockF Barcode)
Create DATABAR (GS1 DataBar (Reduced Space Symbology))
Create DATALOGIC2OF5 (Datalogic 2 of 5 Barcode)
Create DATAMATRIX (Data Matrix Code)
Create DEUTSCHEPOST (Deutsche Post Leitcode)
Create DOTCODE (DotCode 2D Barcode)
Create DUTCHKIX (Dutch KIX Barcode)
Create EAN (European Article Number)
Create IATA2OF5 (IATA 2 of 5 Barcode)
Create INTERLEAVED2OF5 (Interleaved 2 of 5 Barcode)
Create ISBN (International Standard Book Number)
Create ISMN (International Standard Music Number)
Create ISSN (International Standard Serial Number)
Create ITALIANPOST25 (ItalianPost25 Code)
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Create PDF417 (PDF417 Code)
Create QR (Quick Response Code)
Create RM4SCC (Royal Mail 4-State Customer Code)
Create SINGAPOREPOST (Singapore Post QR Code)
Create STANDARD2OF5 (Code 25 Interleaved)
Create SWISSPOSTPARCEL (Swiss Post Parcel Code)
Create UPC (UPC Code)

What is ITF Barcode?

The ITF barcode, also known as the Interleaved 2 of 5 barcode, is a type of linear barcode used for encoding information in a variety of applications, such as product identification, inventory management, and logistics. The ITF barcode consists of a series of parallel bars and spaces, with each pair of bars and spaces representing a single digit. The barcode typically contains an even number of digits, with each pair of digits being represented by a set of five bars and five spaces. The first digit in the barcode is encoded using a different set of bars and spaces, called the “start code,” and the last digit is followed by a “stop code” to indicate the end of the barcode. One of the key advantages of the ITF barcode is its compact size. Because the barcode uses pairs of digits to encode information, it is able to store a large amount of data in a relatively small amount of space. This makes the barcode ideal for use in applications where space is limited, such as on small product labels. Another advantage of the ITF barcode is its ease of use. The barcode can be easily printed on a variety of materials using standard printing equipment, and can be read by a wide range of scanning devices, including handheld scanners and fixed-mounted scanners. In addition, the ITF barcode is a reliable and robust technology. Because the barcode is read using optical scanning, it is able to withstand some degree of damage or wear without affecting its ability to be read accurately. Overall, the ITF barcode is a versatile and widely-used technology for encoding information in a variety of applications. Its compact size, ease of use, and reliability make it a popular choice for many businesses and organizations.