Recognize STANDARD2OF5 BarCode using Python

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


For a developer, who is trying to scan custom STANDARD2OF5 barcode images via Python application, Aspose.Total for Python via .NET API can help to automate the barcode reading and recognition 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 scanning process easy. Moreover, developers can adjust the parameters of the recognition engine to enable fast barcode scanning or improve reading accuracy.

How to Recognize STANDARD2OF5 BarCode in Python

  • Use BarCodeReader class object with DecodeType.AllSupportedTypes as parameter
  • By calling read_bar_codes() to get all the STANDARD2OF5 code
  • Iterate through all result to print it

Recognition Requirements

  • For STANDARD2OF5 Barcode scanning, 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 )

Recognize STANDARD2OF5 Symbology BarCode in Python


Explore Barcode Scanner Options with Python

Scan AUSTRALIAPOST (Australia Post Code)
Scan AZTEC (Aztec 2D Barcode)
Scan CODE128 (Code 128)
Scan CODE16K (Code 16K Barcode)
Scan CODE32 (CODE 32 Barcode)
Scan CODE39 (Code 39 Standard)
Scan CODE93 (Code 93 Standard)
Scan CODEBLOCK (CodablockF Barcode)
Scan DATAMATRIX (Data Matrix Code)
Scan DATABAR (GS1 DataBar (Reduced Space Symbology))
Scan DATALOGIC2OF5 (Datalogic 2 of 5 Barcode)
Scan DEUTSCHEPOST (Deutsche Post Leitcode)
Scan DOTCODE (DotCode 2D Barcode)
Scan DUTCHKIX (Dutch KIX Barcode)
Scan EAN (European Article Number)
Scan IATA2OF5 (IATA 2 of 5 Barcode)
Scan INTERLEAVED2OF5 (Interleaved 2 of 5 Barcode)
Scan ISBN (International Standard Book Number)
Scan ISMN (International Standard Music Number)
Scan ISSN (International Standard Serial Number)
Scan ITALIANPOST25 (ItalianPost25 Code)
Scan ITF (Interleaved 2 of 5 (ITF))
Scan MATRIX2OF5 (Matrix 2 of 5 Barcode)
Scan ONECODE (USPS 4-State Customer Barcode)
Scan PDF417 (PDF417 Code)
Scan QR (Quick Response Code)
Scan RM4SCC (Royal Mail 4-State Customer Code)
Scan SINGAPOREPOST (Singapore Post QR Code)
Scan STANDARD2OF5 (Code 25 Interleaved)
Scan SWISSPOSTPARCEL (Swiss Post Parcel Code)
Scan UPC (UPC Code)

What is STANDARD2OF5 Barcode?

Standard 2 of 5 (also known as Code 25 Interleaved) is a type of barcode that uses two widths of bars to represent numbers. It is a self-checking barcode, which means that each number is encoded twice, and the barcode scanner can verify that the two codes match. Standard 2 of 5 barcodes are commonly used in industrial and logistics applications, such as inventory management and shipping. They are also used in library systems to track books and other materials. The barcode consists of a series of bars and spaces, with each character represented by five bars or spaces. The bars and spaces are always in pairs, with each pair representing a digit. The first digit is represented by the first pair of bars and spaces, the second digit by the second pair, and so on. Standard 2 of 5 barcodes can encode numeric data only, and are limited to 14 digits. They are not suitable for encoding alphanumeric or special characters. The barcode can be printed using a variety of printing methods, including laser, inkjet, and thermal transfer. The minimum recommended size for a Standard 2 of 5 barcode is 0.5 inches wide and 1.5 inches long.