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What You Need To Know About QR Codes

2021–2022 The Era of the QR Code

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The QR Code

A QR code is a box of squares in the different patterns created in Japan in 1994. Since then, the QR code has been open-sourced for all. GitHub hosts an array of code for Python. They are essentially giving you the power to create and decode any QR code.




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