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Using INSERT as prefix

Can you give me the barcode for programming INSERT as a prefix?

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  • gdrt Jan 15, 2009

    After providing my e-mail I received 2 solutions.

    1 for prefix INSERT and 1 for prefix INSERT+ENTER.

    Regardles of the application for wich I had to use the prefix, at least 1 of the solutions would have been the answer to my question.

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