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qrcode-generator | The java/swing application to generate QR codes | Generator Utils library

 by   javadev Java Version: v1.0 License: Apache-2.0

 by   javadev Java Version: v1.0 License: Apache-2.0

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qrcode-generator is a Java library typically used in Generator, Generator Utils applications. qrcode-generator has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. However qrcode-generator has 2 bugs. You can download it from GitHub, Maven.
The java/swing application to generate QR codes.
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  • The latest version of qrcode-generator is v1.0
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  • It has 1365 lines of code, 21 functions and 4 files.
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  • Initialize components .
    • Called when the JTabbedPane has changed .
      • generate QR code
        • Sets the look and feel .
          • An extension field has been released .
            • This method is called when the JButton2Editor is clicked .
              • Invoked when jButton1 action is pressed .
                • The main entry point .
                  • Sequence 1 .
                    • Called when text area is typed .

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                      qrcode-generator Key Features

                      The java/swing application to generate QR codes

                      PDF417 decode and generate the same barcode using Swift

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                      // ...
                      
                      var keyData = knownKey.data(using: .isoLatin1)!
                      keyData.append(secretData)
                      
                      let image = generatePDF417Barcode(from: keyData)
                      
                      filter.setValue(codeData, forKey: "inputMessage")
                      filter.setValue(3, forKey: "inputCompactionMode")  // This is good (and the big difference)
                      filter.setValue(5, forKey: "inputDataColumns")     // This is fine, but probably unneeded
                      filter.setValue(0, forKey: "inputCorrectionLevel") // This is bad
                      
                      cat /tmp/barcode.jpeg | jpegtopnm | ppmtopgm | pamthreshold | pamtopnm > new.pbm && ./pdf417decode -c -e new.pbm
                      
                      0 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      0 6a38 0x00000007 (7)    // Number of rows function output
                      0 218c 0x00000076 (118)  // Total number of non-error correcting codewords
                      0 0211 0x00000385 (901)  // Latch to Byte Compaction mode
                      0 68cf 0x00000059 (89)   // Data
                      0 18ec 0x0000021c (540)
                      0 02e7 0x00000330 (816)
                      0 753c 0x00000004 (4)    // Number of columns function output
                      0 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      1 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      1 7520 0x00010002 (2)    // Security Level function output
                      1 704a 0x00010334 (820)  // Data
                      1 31f2 0x000101a7 (423)
                      1 507b 0x000100c9 (201)
                      1 5e5f 0x00010319 (793)
                      1 6cf3 0x00010176 (374)
                      1 7d47 0x00010007 (7)    // Number of rows function output
                      1 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      2 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      2 6a7e 0x00020004 (4)    // Number of columns function output
                      2 0fb2 0x0002037a (890)  // Data
                      2 6dfa 0x000200d9 (217)
                      2 5b3e 0x000200bc (188)
                      2 3bbc 0x00020180 (384)
                      2 5e0b 0x00020268 (616)
                      2 29e0 0x00020002 (2)    // Security Level function output 
                      2 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + ((N-1)/3)
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + 3*e + (N-1) % 3
                      => 0 + 3*e + (23%3) = 2
                      => 3*e + 2 = 2
                      => 3*e = 0
                      => e = 0
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + (c - 1)
                      => 0 + c - 1 = 4
                      => c = 5
                      
                      filter.setValue(codeData, forKey: "inputMessage")
                      filter.setValue(3, forKey: "inputCompactionMode")  // This is good (and the big difference)
                      filter.setValue(5, forKey: "inputDataColumns")     // This is fine, but probably unneeded
                      filter.setValue(0, forKey: "inputCorrectionLevel") // This is bad
                      
                      cat /tmp/barcode.jpeg | jpegtopnm | ppmtopgm | pamthreshold | pamtopnm > new.pbm && ./pdf417decode -c -e new.pbm
                      
                      0 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      0 6a38 0x00000007 (7)    // Number of rows function output
                      0 218c 0x00000076 (118)  // Total number of non-error correcting codewords
                      0 0211 0x00000385 (901)  // Latch to Byte Compaction mode
                      0 68cf 0x00000059 (89)   // Data
                      0 18ec 0x0000021c (540)
                      0 02e7 0x00000330 (816)
                      0 753c 0x00000004 (4)    // Number of columns function output
                      0 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      1 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      1 7520 0x00010002 (2)    // Security Level function output
                      1 704a 0x00010334 (820)  // Data
                      1 31f2 0x000101a7 (423)
                      1 507b 0x000100c9 (201)
                      1 5e5f 0x00010319 (793)
                      1 6cf3 0x00010176 (374)
                      1 7d47 0x00010007 (7)    // Number of rows function output
                      1 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      2 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      2 6a7e 0x00020004 (4)    // Number of columns function output
                      2 0fb2 0x0002037a (890)  // Data
                      2 6dfa 0x000200d9 (217)
                      2 5b3e 0x000200bc (188)
                      2 3bbc 0x00020180 (384)
                      2 5e0b 0x00020268 (616)
                      2 29e0 0x00020002 (2)    // Security Level function output 
                      2 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + ((N-1)/3)
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + 3*e + (N-1) % 3
                      => 0 + 3*e + (23%3) = 2
                      => 3*e + 2 = 2
                      => 3*e = 0
                      => e = 0
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + (c - 1)
                      => 0 + c - 1 = 4
                      => c = 5
                      
                      filter.setValue(codeData, forKey: "inputMessage")
                      filter.setValue(3, forKey: "inputCompactionMode")  // This is good (and the big difference)
                      filter.setValue(5, forKey: "inputDataColumns")     // This is fine, but probably unneeded
                      filter.setValue(0, forKey: "inputCorrectionLevel") // This is bad
                      
                      cat /tmp/barcode.jpeg | jpegtopnm | ppmtopgm | pamthreshold | pamtopnm > new.pbm && ./pdf417decode -c -e new.pbm
                      
                      0 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      0 6a38 0x00000007 (7)    // Number of rows function output
                      0 218c 0x00000076 (118)  // Total number of non-error correcting codewords
                      0 0211 0x00000385 (901)  // Latch to Byte Compaction mode
                      0 68cf 0x00000059 (89)   // Data
                      0 18ec 0x0000021c (540)
                      0 02e7 0x00000330 (816)
                      0 753c 0x00000004 (4)    // Number of columns function output
                      0 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      1 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      1 7520 0x00010002 (2)    // Security Level function output
                      1 704a 0x00010334 (820)  // Data
                      1 31f2 0x000101a7 (423)
                      1 507b 0x000100c9 (201)
                      1 5e5f 0x00010319 (793)
                      1 6cf3 0x00010176 (374)
                      1 7d47 0x00010007 (7)    // Number of rows function output
                      1 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      2 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      2 6a7e 0x00020004 (4)    // Number of columns function output
                      2 0fb2 0x0002037a (890)  // Data
                      2 6dfa 0x000200d9 (217)
                      2 5b3e 0x000200bc (188)
                      2 3bbc 0x00020180 (384)
                      2 5e0b 0x00020268 (616)
                      2 29e0 0x00020002 (2)    // Security Level function output 
                      2 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + ((N-1)/3)
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + 3*e + (N-1) % 3
                      => 0 + 3*e + (23%3) = 2
                      => 3*e + 2 = 2
                      => 3*e = 0
                      => e = 0
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + (c - 1)
                      => 0 + c - 1 = 4
                      => c = 5
                      
                      filter.setValue(codeData, forKey: "inputMessage")
                      filter.setValue(3, forKey: "inputCompactionMode")  // This is good (and the big difference)
                      filter.setValue(5, forKey: "inputDataColumns")     // This is fine, but probably unneeded
                      filter.setValue(0, forKey: "inputCorrectionLevel") // This is bad
                      
                      cat /tmp/barcode.jpeg | jpegtopnm | ppmtopgm | pamthreshold | pamtopnm > new.pbm && ./pdf417decode -c -e new.pbm
                      
                      0 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      0 6a38 0x00000007 (7)    // Number of rows function output
                      0 218c 0x00000076 (118)  // Total number of non-error correcting codewords
                      0 0211 0x00000385 (901)  // Latch to Byte Compaction mode
                      0 68cf 0x00000059 (89)   // Data
                      0 18ec 0x0000021c (540)
                      0 02e7 0x00000330 (816)
                      0 753c 0x00000004 (4)    // Number of columns function output
                      0 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      1 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      1 7520 0x00010002 (2)    // Security Level function output
                      1 704a 0x00010334 (820)  // Data
                      1 31f2 0x000101a7 (423)
                      1 507b 0x000100c9 (201)
                      1 5e5f 0x00010319 (793)
                      1 6cf3 0x00010176 (374)
                      1 7d47 0x00010007 (7)    // Number of rows function output
                      1 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      2 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      2 6a7e 0x00020004 (4)    // Number of columns function output
                      2 0fb2 0x0002037a (890)  // Data
                      2 6dfa 0x000200d9 (217)
                      2 5b3e 0x000200bc (188)
                      2 3bbc 0x00020180 (384)
                      2 5e0b 0x00020268 (616)
                      2 29e0 0x00020002 (2)    // Security Level function output 
                      2 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + ((N-1)/3)
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + 3*e + (N-1) % 3
                      => 0 + 3*e + (23%3) = 2
                      => 3*e + 2 = 2
                      => 3*e = 0
                      => e = 0
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + (c - 1)
                      => 0 + c - 1 = 4
                      => c = 5
                      
                      filter.setValue(codeData, forKey: "inputMessage")
                      filter.setValue(3, forKey: "inputCompactionMode")  // This is good (and the big difference)
                      filter.setValue(5, forKey: "inputDataColumns")     // This is fine, but probably unneeded
                      filter.setValue(0, forKey: "inputCorrectionLevel") // This is bad
                      
                      cat /tmp/barcode.jpeg | jpegtopnm | ppmtopgm | pamthreshold | pamtopnm > new.pbm && ./pdf417decode -c -e new.pbm
                      
                      0 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      0 6a38 0x00000007 (7)    // Number of rows function output
                      0 218c 0x00000076 (118)  // Total number of non-error correcting codewords
                      0 0211 0x00000385 (901)  // Latch to Byte Compaction mode
                      0 68cf 0x00000059 (89)   // Data
                      0 18ec 0x0000021c (540)
                      0 02e7 0x00000330 (816)
                      0 753c 0x00000004 (4)    // Number of columns function output
                      0 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      1 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      1 7520 0x00010002 (2)    // Security Level function output
                      1 704a 0x00010334 (820)  // Data
                      1 31f2 0x000101a7 (423)
                      1 507b 0x000100c9 (201)
                      1 5e5f 0x00010319 (793)
                      1 6cf3 0x00010176 (374)
                      1 7d47 0x00010007 (7)    // Number of rows function output
                      1 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      2 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      2 6a7e 0x00020004 (4)    // Number of columns function output
                      2 0fb2 0x0002037a (890)  // Data
                      2 6dfa 0x000200d9 (217)
                      2 5b3e 0x000200bc (188)
                      2 3bbc 0x00020180 (384)
                      2 5e0b 0x00020268 (616)
                      2 29e0 0x00020002 (2)    // Security Level function output 
                      2 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + ((N-1)/3)
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + 3*e + (N-1) % 3
                      => 0 + 3*e + (23%3) = 2
                      => 3*e + 2 = 2
                      => 3*e = 0
                      => e = 0
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + (c - 1)
                      => 0 + c - 1 = 4
                      => c = 5
                      
                      filter.setValue(codeData, forKey: "inputMessage")
                      filter.setValue(3, forKey: "inputCompactionMode")  // This is good (and the big difference)
                      filter.setValue(5, forKey: "inputDataColumns")     // This is fine, but probably unneeded
                      filter.setValue(0, forKey: "inputCorrectionLevel") // This is bad
                      
                      cat /tmp/barcode.jpeg | jpegtopnm | ppmtopgm | pamthreshold | pamtopnm > new.pbm && ./pdf417decode -c -e new.pbm
                      
                      0 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      0 6a38 0x00000007 (7)    // Number of rows function output
                      0 218c 0x00000076 (118)  // Total number of non-error correcting codewords
                      0 0211 0x00000385 (901)  // Latch to Byte Compaction mode
                      0 68cf 0x00000059 (89)   // Data
                      0 18ec 0x0000021c (540)
                      0 02e7 0x00000330 (816)
                      0 753c 0x00000004 (4)    // Number of columns function output
                      0 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      1 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      1 7520 0x00010002 (2)    // Security Level function output
                      1 704a 0x00010334 (820)  // Data
                      1 31f2 0x000101a7 (423)
                      1 507b 0x000100c9 (201)
                      1 5e5f 0x00010319 (793)
                      1 6cf3 0x00010176 (374)
                      1 7d47 0x00010007 (7)    // Number of rows function output
                      1 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      2 7f54 0x02030000 (0)    // Left marker
                      2 6a7e 0x00020004 (4)    // Number of columns function output
                      2 0fb2 0x0002037a (890)  // Data
                      2 6dfa 0x000200d9 (217)
                      2 5b3e 0x000200bc (188)
                      2 3bbc 0x00020180 (384)
                      2 5e0b 0x00020268 (616)
                      2 29e0 0x00020002 (2)    // Security Level function output 
                      2 7e8a 0x00030001 (1)    // Right marker
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + ((N-1)/3)
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + 3*e + (N-1) % 3
                      => 0 + 3*e + (23%3) = 2
                      => 3*e + 2 = 2
                      => 3*e = 0
                      => e = 0
                      
                      30 * (n/3) + (c - 1)
                      => 0 + c - 1 = 4
                      => c = 5
                      

                      crypto.getRandomValues() not supported

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                      {
                        "dependencies": {
                          "react-native-webview": "9.0.1",
                          "react-native-qrcode-generator": "1.2.1"
                        }
                      }
                      
                      npm install --save react-native-get-random-values
                      
                      import 'react-native-get-random-values';
                      import {WebView} from 'react-native-webview';
                      
                      npm install --save react-native-get-random-values
                      
                      import 'react-native-get-random-values';
                      import {WebView} from 'react-native-webview';
                      

                      Community Discussions

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                      • PDF417 decode and generate the same barcode using Swift
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                      QUESTION

                      PDF417 decode and generate the same barcode using Swift

                      Asked 2021-Mar-07 at 10:01

                      I have the following example of PDF417 barcode:

                      examplebarcode

                      which can be decoded with online tool like zxing

                      as the following result: 5wwwwwxwww0app5p3pewi0edpeapifxe0ixiwwdfxxi0xf5e�¼ô���������¬‚C`Ìe%�æ‹�ÀsõbÿG)=‡x‚�qÀ1ß–[FzùŽûVû�É�üæ±RNI�Y[.H»Eàó¼åñüì²�tØ¿ªWp…Ã�{�Õ*

                      or online-qrcode-generator

                      as 5wwwwwxwww0app5p3pewi0edpeapifxe0ixiwwdfxxi0xf5e~|~~~~~~~~~~d~C`~e%~~~~;To~B~{~dj9v~~Z[Xm~~"HP3~~LH~~~O~"S~~,~~~~~~~k1~~~u~Iw}SQ~fqX4~mbc_ (I don't know which encoding is used to encode this)

                      The first part of the encoded key that contains barcode is always known and it is 5wwwwwxwww0app5p3pewi0edpeapifxe0ixiwwdfxxi0xf5e

                      The second part of it can be decoded from the base64string and it always contains 88 bytes. In my case it is:

                      Frz0DAAAAAAAAAAArIJDYMxlJQDmiwHAc/Vi/0cpPYd4ghlxwDHflltGevmO+1b7GckT/OZ/sVJOSRpZWy5Iu0Xg87zl8fzssg502L+qV3CFwxZ/ewjVKg==

                      I'm using Swift on iOS device to generate this PDF417 barcode by decoding the provided base64 string like this:

                      let base64Str = "Frz0DAAAAAAAAAAArIJDYMxlJQDmiwHAc/Vi/0cpPYd4ghlxwDHflltGevmO+1b7GckT/OZ/sVJOSRpZWy5Iu0Xg87zl8fzssg502L+qV3CFwxZ/ewjVKg=="
                      let knownKey = "5wwwwwxwww0app5p3pewi0edpeapifxe0ixiwwdfxxi0xf5e"
                      let decodedData = Data(base64Encoded: base64Str.replacingOccurrences(of: "-", with: "+")
                                                              .replacingOccurrences(of: "_", with: "/"))
                      
                      var codeData=knownKey.data(using: String.Encoding.ascii)
                      
                      codeData?.append(decodedData)
                      let image = generatePDF417Barcode(from: codeData!)
                      let imageView = UIImageView(image: image!)
                      
                      //the function to generate PDF417 UIMAGE from parsed Data
                      func generatePDF417Barcode(from codeData: Data) -> UIImage? {
                      
                              if let filter = CIFilter(name: "CIPDF417BarcodeGenerator") {
                                  filter.setValue(codeData, forKey: "inputMessage")
                                  let transform = CGAffineTransform(scaleX: 3, y: 3)
                      
                                  if let output = filter.outputImage?.transformed(by: transform) {
                                      return UIImage(ciImage: output)
                                  }
                              }
                      
                              return nil
                          }
                      

                      But I always get the wrong barcodes generated. It can be seen visually.

                      Please help me correct the code to get the same result as the first barcode image.

                      I also have the another example of barcode:

                      enter image description here

                      The first part of key is the same but it's second part is known as int8 byte array and I also don't have an idea how to generate the PDF417 barcode from it (with prepended key) correctly.

                      Here's how I try:

                      let knownKey = "5wwwwwxwww0app5p3pewi0edpeapifxe0ixiwwdfxxi0xf5e"
                      let secretArray: [Int8] = [22, 124, 24, 12, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 100, 127, 67, 96, -52, 101, 37, 0, -85, -123, 1, -64, 111, -28, 66, -27, 123, -25, 100, 106, 57, 118, -4, 16, 90, 91, 88, 109, -105, 126, 34, 72, 80, 51, -116, 28, 76, 72, -37, -24, -93, 79, -115, 34, 83, 18, -61, 44, -12, -13, -8, -59, -107, -9, -128, 107, 49, -50, 126, 13, -59, 50, -24, -43, 127, 81, -85, 102, 113, 88, 52, -60, 109, 98, 99, 95] 
                      let secretUInt8 = secretArray.map { UInt8(bitPattern: $0) }
                      let secretData = Data(secretUInt8)
                      
                      
                      let keyArray: [UInt8] = Array(knownKey.utf8)
                      var keyData = Data(keyArray)
                      
                      keyData.append(secretData)
                      
                      let image = generatePDF417Barcode(from: keyData!)
                      let imageView = UIImageView(image: image!)
                      

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2021-Mar-07 at 10:01

                      CIPDF417BarcodeGenerator has a few more input parameters besides inputMessage that can have an influence on how the generated barcode looks - see the documentation. Visual inspection/comparison of two codes only makes sense when you know that all these parameters, most importantly inputCorrectionLevel were equal for both generators.

                      So, instead of a visual comparison, simply try decoding the barcodes using one of the many scanner apps out there, and compare the decoded bytes.

                      For your second example, try this:

                      // ...
                      
                      var keyData = knownKey.data(using: .isoLatin1)!
                      keyData.append(secretData)
                      
                      let image = generatePDF417Barcode(from: keyData)
                      

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/66506428

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