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    QRCode is a two dimensional barcode representing symbology that enables effective handling of numeric, alphanumeric and byte data. This barcode can encode up to 7,366 characters.

    The below image displays QRCode barcode in a PDF document.

    QRCode barcode

    Formula definition

    You can set QRCode in a worksheet using the following formula:

    =BC_QRCODE(value, color, backgroundColor, errorCorrectionLevel, model, version, mask, connection, connectionNo, charCode, charset, quietZoneLeft, quietZoneRight, quietZoneTop, quietZoneBottom)

    Note: The 'value' parameter is mandatory and the remaining ones are optional. This holds true for all the barcodes that support 'value' parameter in DsExcel.


    Name Description
    value A string that represents encode on the symbol of QRCode.
    color A color that represents the barcode color. The default value is 'rgb(0,0,0)'.
    backgroundColor A color that represents the barcode backgroundcolor. The default value is 'rgb(255, 255, 255)'
    errorCorrectionLevel A string that represents the error correction level of QRCode. It has 'L|M|Q|H' four error correction levels. The default value is 'L'.
    model A value that represents the model of QRCode. It has 1 and 2 models. The default value is 2.
    version Vesion range is 1-14 for model1 and model 2. It has 'auto|1-14|1-40' values. The default value is  'auto'.
    mask A value that represents mask pattern for QRCode. It has 'auto and 0-7' eight mask pattern.
    connection A value that represents whether the symbol is part of a structured append message. The default value is false.
    connectionNo Specifies which block the symbol is in the structured append message. It has '0-15' values. The default value is '0'.
    charCode A value that represents the collection of characters of QRCode.
    charset A value that represents which charset to use. It has 'UTF-8 and Shift-JIS'.
    quietZoneLeft A value that represents the size of left quiet zone.
    quietZoneRight A value that represents the size of right quiet zone.
    quietZoneTop A value that represents the size of top quiet zone.
    quietZoneBottom A value that represents the size of bottom quiet zone.

    Using Code

    This example code sets a QRCode in the worksheet.

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    // Create a new workbook
    Workbook workbook = new Workbook();
    // Set worksheet layout and data
    IWorksheet worksheet = workbook.getWorksheets().get(0);
    worksheet.getRange("B2").setValue("QR Code");
    worksheet.getRange("B3:H3").setValue(new Object[][] { { "Server", "Data", "Default",
            "Change errorCorrectionLevel", "Change model", "Change version", "Change mask" } });
    worksheet.getRange("I3").setValue("Change connection and connectionNo");
            .setValue(new Object[][] { { "Explain" },
                    { "No QR Code generated, barcode data is too short to create connection symbol." },
                    { "No QR Code generated, barcode data is too short to create connection symbol." } });
            new Object[][] { { "Police", "911" }, { "Travel Info Call 511", "511" }, { "", "" } });
    // Set formula
    for (int i = 4; i < 7; i++) {
        worksheet.getRange("D" + i).setFormula("=BC_QRCODE" + "(C" + i + ")");
        worksheet.getRange("E" + i).setFormula("=BC_QRCODE" + "(C" + i + ",,,\"H\")");
        worksheet.getRange("F" + i).setFormula("=BC_QRCODE" + "(C" + i + ",,,,1)");
        worksheet.getRange("G" + i).setFormula("=BC_QRCODE" + "(C" + i + ",,,,,8)");
        worksheet.getRange("H" + i).setFormula("=BC_QRCODE" + "(C" + i + ",,,,,,3)");
        worksheet.getRange("I" + i).setFormula("=BC_QRCODE" + "(C" + i + ",,,,,,,\"true\",0)");
        worksheet.getRange("J" + i).setFormula("=BC_QRCODE" + "(C" + i + ",,,,,,,\"true\",1)");
    // Save to an pdf file"QRCode.pdf");