or bar code
a series of lines of varying width, printed, as on a container or product, that can be read by an optical scanner to determine charges for purchases, destinations for letters, etc.Compare Universal Product Code.
verb (used with object), bar·cod·ed, bar·cod·ing.
to put a barcode on.
What do the Z, I, and P in “ZIP code” stand for? And what do the numbers represent?It’s a hectic time of year for the U.S. Postal Service. Those packages you ordered on Cyber Monday are steadily arriving. You’re probably even receiving a few holiday greetings the old-fashioned way — snail mail. The half million employees who work for the USPS rely heavily on the five- or nine-digit ZIP codes for efficient and reliable mail delivery. So, it makes sense that the …
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- barcoo river,
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Origin of barcode
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“I tend to be a moderate,” said Louis, 69, a barcode salesman from Long Island who declined to give his last name.