Get barcode confidence

The score of recognition confidence could measure the reliability of a recognized result. The higher the score, the more precise the results are. We could obtain confidence result from ExtendedResult. The following code snippet shows how to get the confidence of the barcodes decoded by the SDK.

Code snippet in c:

void *hBarcode = NULL;
int iIndex = 0;
TextResultArray* pResult = NULL;
hBarcode = DBR_CreateInstance();
DBR_InitLicense(hBarcode,"put your license here");
DBR_DecodeFile(hBarcode, "put your file path here", "");
DBR_GetAllTextResults(hBarcode, &pResult);
for (iIndex = 0; iIndex < pResult->resultsCount; iIndex++)
printf("Result %d\n", iIndex + 1);
printf("Barcode Confidence : %d \r", pResult->results[iIndex]->results[0]->confidence);

Code snippet in cpp:

TextResultArray* paryResult = NULL;
CBarcodeReader reader;
reader.InitLicense("put your license key here");
reader.DecodeFile("put your image file full path here", "");
printf("%d total barcodes found. \r\n", paryResult->resultsCount);
for (int iIndex = 0; iIndex < paryResult->resultsCount; iIndex++)
printf("Result %d\r\n", iIndex + 1);
printf("Barcode Confidence : %d \r", paryResult->results[iIndex]->results[0]->confidence);

Code snippet in csharp:

BarcodeReader dbr = new BarcodeReader();
PublicRuntimeSettings runtimeSettings = dbr.GetRuntimeSettings();
dbr.ProductKeys = "Put your license key here";
TextResult[] aryResult = dbr.DecodeFile("Put your file path here", "");
for (var i = 0; i < aryResult.Length; i++)
Console.WriteLine("Barcode: {0}", (i + 1));
Console.WriteLine("Barcode Confidence: {0}", aryResult[i].Results[0].confidence);

Code snippet in java:

BarcodeReader dbr = new BarcodeReader("put your license here");
TextResult[] results = dbr.decodeFile("put your file path here", "");
String output = "";
for(int i =0; i<result.length;i++){
output += "Barcode Confidence: ";
output += result[i].results[0].confidence + "\n\n";                  

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