Italian Pharmacode

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Italian Pharmacode

Italian Pharmacode is a discrete, fixed length, self-checking barcode symbology used for pharmaceutical products in Italy.

Also known as: Code 32, IMH, Radix 32.

Data and Options

  • The data field must contain either eight or nine digits from the code. The leading A which is provided in some applications must be omitted.
  • The mandatory check digit is calculated automatically if it is not provided.

Examples

Identical symbols, input provided with and without a check digit:

Data:    012345676
Options: includetext
Encoder: code32
Data:    01234567
Options: includetext
Encoder: code32