C and C++ Barcode Library for Linux

If you are using C or C++ for your application, performance might be very important to you.

Our library offers high-speed recognition algorithms for 1D and 2D barcodes that can be used in high volume document management, indexing, and archiving software applications.

Download this Linux library and try it for yourself. Don't miss the sample source code, included in your download.

 Download Barcode Xpress for C/C++
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Barcode Recognition and More in Just Milliseconds

Applications developed with the Barcode Xpress Linux toolkit can scan over 1,000 pages a minute, locating and decoding multiple barcode images on each page.

API Highlights

  • Identify and recognize barcodes anywhere on the page, in any orientation, in milliseconds.
  • Report confidence values for detected barcodes.
  • Eliminate false positives when reading patch codes to minimize size.
  • More accurate decoding of barcodes than other engines.

Why use Barcode Xpress for Linux?

  • Detect, read, and write 32 different 1D and 2D barcodes with accuracy and dependability.
  • Quickly read, write, and process multiple barcodes on full page images in milliseconds. This is performance you would expect in a C++ barcode library.
  • Keep implementation costs low by quickly adding barcode support to your application in just a few lines of code.
  • Support for Ubuntu, CentOS, Red Hat, Fedora, and most flavors of Linux.
  • Easy to deploy to AWS or other cloud instances.

Online Demo

All our barcode SDKs, including our C / C++ barcode library, use the same underlying recognition technology.

Test out Barcode Xpress with your own images using our demo below!

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