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Here is a online guide that can help you on 2d data matrix creating. Recently, I have tested my friend recommended image barcode creating suite, which enables users to creare and generate both linear and 2d barcodes on image and document page, including data matrix generation. I am a programmer using visual basic, so I used its vb.net barcode creation tools, and I can share the 2d datamatrix barcode generation sample codes with you, you can simply copy these codes within your vb project or convert them into c# codes if you are developer using Visual C#. Of cause, you need to make some specifications as your needs. Besides, if you still want to generate other popular 2d barcodes, like qr code and pdf 417, see the related post article.
Dim reImage As REImage = REFile.OpenImageFile("c:/Sample.png", New PNGDecoder())
Dim barcode As New DataMatrix()
'create a datamatrix barcode
'encode data into Data Matrix barcode
' set module size
'set barcode printing resolution
'draw barcode on REImage with location x and y
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05-08-2015 09:10 AM
I don't understand any of these replies about "dynamic matrix creation." The SAS/IML language is a full programming language with the ability to allocate sapce for matrices, loop over elements, create mathematical formulas, make assignments, etc.
I don't understand why someone would need to use C#, C++, or any other external language to create a matrix. If I am missing something, please explain what you want to do and I'll try to show how you can do it in SAS.
05-08-2015 09:05 AM
You are enumerating all the combinations . Check GRAYCODE() . You can use it in either IML or Data step .
do i=1 to nsubs;
rc=graycode(k, of x
put i 5. +3 k= x