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How do I make the difference between .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0 Barcode4NET assemblies?
All Barcode4NET assemblies include the supported framework number in their version number. The Build (the 3rd number) part of the version number specifies the supported framework. 1100 means that the assembly is compiled for .NET 1.1 and 2000 means that the assembly is compiled for .NET 2.0.
Can I use Barcode4NET in a Windows service?
Yes, Barcode4NET can be used in a Windows service. The Barcode4NET class library (barcode4net.dll) can be used to create barcodes and export them in several raster and vector image formats. You will need any of Windows Forms or .NET editions for this.
Can I use Barcode4NET in a Web service?
Yes, Barcode4NET can be used in a Web service. The Barcode4NET class library (barcode4net.dll) can be used to create barcodes and return them as byte arrays. You will need any of ASP.NET or .NET editions for this.
Can I read barcodes with Barcode4NET?
Barcode4NET is a toolkit for creating, displaying and printing barcodes in .NET applications. It can not scan and decode barcodes.

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