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QR Code Generate With Python

In this trick, we will learn how you can generate QR code with help of python code. It is very easy, just install the library and write a couple of lines. That’s it.

Let’s see first what is QR code and what is the purpose of using it.

What is QR Code

The QR code is basically white and black pixel patterns and it is a matrix of the barcode. It has information about the items hidden in pixels barcode and the only machine can read it. It is impossible to read by human beings. It’s built to speed up any work that’s why it stands for “Quick Response Code“.

Install Library

To install the qrcode library in your python environment, open your command prompt and type the below command and press the enter.

pip install qrcode[pil]

After successful installation, you will get a success message and now you are ready to generate a QR code from any information you want to convert into a QR code.

Generate QR Code Using Python

Now, you have a library, just import in your python file and use it. Let’s see the example below.

The above code, it will generate the image of the QR code and information will be hidden in the barcode.

You can do it with more advanced control like any error, box size, border, etc. Check here for more detail about this library.

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