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jschell10-Apr-12 8:32
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tsw1985 wrote:
This is because I'm using a barcode gun, for windows it is a keyboard. If you
are writing a e-mail and I use the barcode gun, you can see numbers in you email
when you are writing. I want avoid that.


That doesn't sound like a real business requirement.

Hypothetically...

This is a cash register app that allows it to scan items, issues receipts and can also send email to other stores.

Now if the clerk is typing an email why would they pick up the scanner and use it?
Conversely what if the clerk wants to send the email and then put the scan code in the email...so they write some text, scan a product (which puts the code in the email) and then they write some more.

So in the one case you have a scenario that just will not happen. And then you 'fix' it. And that completely precludes the second scenario.
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