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OCR for AnyDoc Programming Reference Guide

OCR for AnyDoc
Foundation 23.1

Formatting your procedure makes it readable. This involves using white space actively. Comments, for instance, are generally separated from code by one space. Nested blocks of code should also be indented four spaces. See Check Data Field and Write to Output Zone (page Check Data Field and Write to Output Zone). In the Branching code sample, the actions for "If" and "Else" are indented. This makes the code easier to read.

In order to understand how VBScript has been customized for OCR for AnyDoc, you should be familiar with the following terms.