Exercise 7: Asian and Unicode Encodings
Exercise 7: Asian and Unicode Encodings

Exercise 7: Asian and Unicode Encodings

This exercise works on printers with firmware version V60.14, V50.14, or later.
In each of the following examples, the format is saved in the corresponding encoding before being sent down to the printer and the ZPL script was made in Microsoft Notepad, a basic text editor. The characters were inserted from the character map in Windows or typed from the keyboard.
Example:
This is an example of using an Asian encoding, such as UHANGUL, with ASCII text. Using the
CI26
command tells the printer to recognize any byte less than
7F
as ASCII text and every byte above as the first byte of UHANGUAL encoding:
Example:
This is an example of using the Unicode encoding, UTF-8: