JP2010020477A - Store settlement system, handy terminal used by the same system, and store settlement method - Google Patents

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JP2010020477A
JP2010020477A JP2008179349A JP2008179349A JP2010020477A JP 2010020477 A JP2010020477 A JP 2010020477A JP 2008179349 A JP2008179349 A JP 2008179349A JP 2008179349 A JP2008179349 A JP 2008179349A JP 2010020477 A JP2010020477 A JP 2010020477A
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An object of the present invention is to reduce the cost required for the initial introduction of a store payment system using a handy terminal and a payment terminal, and increase the satisfaction of customers who make payments.
A handy terminal 2 having a printer 5 and a settlement terminal 1 having a symbol reader 6 are used. The handy terminal 2 inputs the data of the product purchased by the customer, stores the input product data in the memory, and when the input of the product data is detected, the product data stored in the memory is converted into the two-dimensional symbol 3. The data is converted and recorded on the portable recording medium 4 by the printer 5. The payment terminal 1 reads the two-dimensional symbol 3 indicating the product data recorded on the recording medium 4 with the symbol reader 6, restores the product data from the read two-dimensional symbol 3, and based on the restored product data, the customer Process sales data for products purchased by.
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  The present invention relates to a store payment system and method using a handy terminal and a payment terminal, for example, a POS (Point Of Sales) terminal.

  A store settlement system using a plurality of handy terminals and at least one POS terminal is disclosed in Patent Document 1, for example.

In the store settlement system disclosed in Patent Document 1, each handy terminal has a product data input unit for inputting product data and a wireless communication unit for transmitting the input product data to the POS terminal. . The POS terminal includes a wireless communication unit for communicating with each handy terminal, a settlement processing unit that performs a settlement process on data sent from each handy terminal via the wireless communication unit, and a wireless communication unit. And at least a receipt output unit for printing data to be sent.
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  This type of conventional store settlement system transmits product data input at each handy terminal to a POS terminal using wireless communication. For this reason, a radio communication system must be constructed in the store. In order to construct a wireless communication system, it is necessary to select a model with a built-in wireless circuit as a handy terminal, and to connect a wireless device serving as a parent device of each handy terminal to the POS terminal. In addition, stations (relay devices) must be installed at important points in the store so that data wirelessly transmitted from the handy terminal can reach the POS terminal from any location in the store. Therefore, there is a problem that a large amount of money is required for the initial introduction.

  Further, in a store where this kind of store settlement system is to be introduced, a plurality of POS terminals are usually installed. When there are two or more POS terminals, it is necessary to set a unique communication address for each POS terminal. In each handy terminal, one POS terminal as a communication partner is selected, the address of the POS terminal is set in a memory, and the product data input in each handy terminal is preset in the partner POS terminal. It is necessary to control the transmission to the POS terminal having the address. For this reason, there is a restriction that a customer to whom data of purchased products is input at a specific handy terminal goes to an accounting office where a POS terminal assigned to the handy terminal is installed and pays the price. Therefore, since there are crowded accounting firms that went to pay the price, it is not possible to take measures such as going to another accounting office, and there is a concern that it may be frustrated.

  The present invention has been made based on such circumstances, and the purpose thereof is a store settlement system capable of greatly reducing the cost of initial introduction and increasing the satisfaction of customers who make settlements, and The present invention intends to provide a handy terminal and a store settlement method used in this system.

  The present invention is a store settlement system using a handy terminal and a settlement terminal, wherein the handy terminal is input means for inputting data of products purchased by a customer, and product data input via the input means. Storage means for storing the data, end detection means for detecting the end of data input of the product purchased by the customer, and the product data stored in the storage means in response to detection of the end of product data input by the end detection means. A payment means for reading product data recorded on the recording medium, and sales of products purchased by the customer based on the product data read by the reading means. And product sales data processing means for processing data.

  According to the present invention in which such a measure is taken, a store settlement system that can greatly reduce the cost of initial introduction and increase the satisfaction of customers who perform settlement, a handy terminal used in this system, and a store settlement method Can provide.

The best mode for carrying out the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings.
Each customer service representative carries a handy terminal and interacts with a customer, and inputs data of products purchased by the customer into the handy terminal. On the other hand, a customer who has finished shopping goes to an arbitrary accounting office where a POS terminal is installed and pays the price. The present embodiment is a case where the present invention is applied to a store settlement system of such operation.

  First, an overall view of a store settlement system in the present embodiment is shown in FIG. This system includes a plurality of M (M ≧ 2) POS terminals 1 and a plurality of N (N> M) handy terminals 2. Each handy terminal 2 includes a printer 5 that can issue a sub-receipt 4 on which a two-dimensional symbol 3 is printed. Each POS terminal 1 is connected to a symbol reader 6 that can read the two-dimensional symbol 3. The symbol reader 6 can also read one-dimensional symbols such as barcodes. A commercially available model such as a fixed type using a camera or a handheld type using a scanner can be applied to this type of symbol reader 6.

  Next, a specific configuration of each handy terminal 2 will be described with reference to the block diagram of FIG. Each handy terminal 2 has the same configuration.

  The handy terminal 2 is provided with a keyboard 21, a scanner 22, a display 23 and a printer interface 24 on a small and lightweight terminal main body 20 that can be carried by a user. Further, a CPU (Central Processing Unit) 25 as a control unit body, a ROM (Read Only Memory) 26 and a RAM (Random Access Memory) 27 as a main storage unit are built in the terminal body 20. The CPU 25 is connected to the ROM 26, RAM 27, keyboard 21, scanner 22, display 23, and printer interface 24 via a bus line 28 such as an address bus or a data bus.

  The keyboard 21 is a numeric key for inputting numbers from “0” to “9”, a multiplication key that declares that the numeric value is a score, a product key that declares that the numeric value is a product code, An operator key that declares that the number is an operator code, an end key that commands the end of data input for products purchased by the customer, an upper key that commands the cursor to move upward, and a cursor that moves downward Various keys such as a down key for instructing and a cancel key for instructing cancellation of data are arranged.

The scanner 22 optically reads a barcode attached to a product.
The display 23 displays numerical data, code data obtained by decoding a barcode read by the scanner 22, and the like.

  The printer interface 24 is for connecting the printer 5. The printer interface 24 and the printer 5 may be connected by wire or may be connected wirelessly. The printer 5 is a small and lightweight printer that can be carried by the user. The printer 5 may be built in the terminal body 20 and integrated with the handy terminal 1.

  As shown in FIG. 3, the handy terminal 2 having such a configuration has a store code area 271, an operator code area 272, and a purchased product table 273 formed in the RAM 27. A store code for specifying a store where the store settlement system using the handy terminal 2 operates is stored in the store code area 271. In the operator code area 272, an operator code for specifying a customer service person who carries the handy terminal 2 and serves customers is stored. The product code and the purchase score of the product purchased by one customer are stored in the purchased product table 273.

  Next, a specific configuration of each POS terminal 1 will be described with reference to the block diagram of FIG. Each POS terminal 1 has the same configuration.

  The POS terminal 1 includes a CPU 11 constituting a control unit body, a ROM 12 and a RAM 13 constituting a main storage unit, an HDD (Hard Disk Drive) 14 constituting an auxiliary storage device, a clock unit 15 for measuring the current date and time, and a host. In addition to a communication interface 16 for connecting a computer and a symbol reader interface 17 for connecting the symbol reader 6, various input / output devices such as a keyboard 18, an operator display 19, a customer display 110 and a receipt printer 111 are provided. The CPU 11, ROM 12, RAM 13, HDD 14, clock unit 15, communication interface 16, symbol reader interface 17 and various input / output devices are connected via a bus line 112 such as an address bus and a data bus.

  The keyboard 18 is a numeric key for inputting numbers from “0” to “9”, a multiplication key that declares that the numeric value is a score, a product key that declares that the numeric value is a product code, Deposit / current total key declaring that the number is a deposit amount, total key for commanding the total output of products purchased by the customer, up key for moving the cursor upward, cursor for the downward direction Various keys such as a down key for instructing movement and a cancel key for instructing cancellation of data are arranged.

  The operator display 19 displays the product name, unit price, total amount, change amount, etc. of the products purchased by the customer to the cashier who is the operator of the POS terminal. The customer display 110 displays data similar to the above to the shopper. The receipt printer 111 prints and issues a receipt.

  The POS terminal 1 having such a configuration stores a product data file that stores product data such as product name and unit price in the HDD 14 in association with the product code of each product. In addition, as shown in FIG. 5, a work schedule file 141 that stores schedule data of a customer service representative that includes a work start time, a work end time, and an operator code, and an adjustment time that stores an end time adjustment time t. A data file 142 is stored in the HDD 14. In these data files, desired data is downloaded in advance from a host computer.

  Next, the operation of the present embodiment will be described with reference to the flowcharts of FIGS. The flowchart of FIG. 6 shows the control procedure of the CPU 25 in each handy terminal 2, and the flowchart of FIG. 7 shows the control procedure of the CPU 11 in each POS terminal 1.

  In each handy terminal 2, the corresponding store code is stored in advance in the store code area 271 of the RAM 27. On the other hand, in each POS terminal 1, the business schedule file 141 of the HDD 14 is associated with the business schedule (business start time to business end time) of each customer service person working on the day and the operator code of the operator. It is remembered. The adjustment time data file 142 stores a desired adjustment time. The adjustment time is sufficient time for a customer who has finished inputting data on purchased products at the handy terminal 2 carried by the customer service representative to go to the accounting office where the POS terminal 1 is installed and make payment. (For example, 10 minutes).

  The customer service representative who carries the handy terminal 2 and the printer 5 first operates the numeric keys and operator keys of the keyboard 21 and inputs the operator code set for the user.

  In this connection, the CPU 25 of the handy terminal 2 waits for an operator code to be input as step ST1. If it is determined that an operator code has been input via the keyboard 21 (YES in ST1), the CPU 25 overwrites the input operator code in the operator code area 272 of the RAM 27 as step ST2. Moreover, CPU25 clears the purchased goods table 273 of RAM27 as step ST3.

  The operator code input means, which is an operator identifier, is not limited to the keyboard 21. For example, when each customer service person attaches a name tag on which a bar code indicating his / her operator code is printed, the operator reads the bar code attached to the name tag with the scanner 22 to operate the operator. A code may be input to the handy terminal 2.

  Next, when the customer service representative receives an offer to purchase a product from the customer, the customer service representative inputs the product code and the number of purchases of the product to the handy terminal 2. The purchase points are entered by using the numeric keys and multiplication keys of the keyboard 21. If the purchase score is “1”, the score input can be omitted. The product code is input by reading the barcode with the scanner 22 when the barcode label is attached to the product. When the barcode label is not attached, it is input using the numeric keys and the product key of the keyboard 21. The customer service representative inputs data (product codes, points purchased) of all products purchased by the customer. When the input is completed, the customer service representative inputs the end key of the keyboard 21.

  In relation to this, the CPU 25 of the handy terminal 2 waits for a product code to be input as step ST4. If it is determined that the product code is input via the keyboard 21 or the scanner 22 (YES in ST4), the CPU 25 determines whether or not a numerical value n is input as step ST5. When the number n is not input (NO in ST5), the CPU 25 writes the input product code and the purchase score “1” in the purchase product table 273 as step ST6. On the other hand, when the numerical value n is input via the keyboard 21 (YES in ST5), the CPU 25 writes the input product code and the purchase score n in the purchased product table 273 as step ST7. .

  Here, the keyboard 21 and the scanner 22 constitute input means for inputting data of products purchased by the customer. The purchased product table 273 constitutes storage means for storing product data input via the input means.

  Every time the writing process of ST6 or ST7 is completed, the CPU 25 determines whether or not the end key of the keyboard 21 has been input as step ST8. When determining that the end key has not been input (NO in ST8), the CPU 25 returns to the process in step ST4. Therefore, every time product data is input (YES in ST4), the CPU 25 executes the product data writing process (ST6 or ST7).

  If it is determined that the end key of the keyboard 21 is input (YES in ST8), the CPU 25 acquires the store code and the operator code stored in the store code area 271 and the operator code area 272 as step ST9. In step ST10, a code string in which the store code and the operator code and the product data (product code, purchase points) stored in the purchased product table 273 are sequentially arranged is converted into, for example, a matrix type two-dimensional symbol 3. To do. Thereafter, in step ST11, the CPU 25 controls the printer 5 connected via the printer interface 24, prints the two-dimensional symbol 3 on the recording paper, and issues it as a sub receipt 4. As described above, in the present embodiment, a paper medium in which the two-dimensional symbol 3 including the store code, the operator code, the product data, and the purchase points thereof is visualized and displayed by printing is defined as the sub receipt 4.

  Here, the CPU 25 constitutes an end detection means for detecting the end of data input of the product purchased by the customer by the process of step ST8. In addition, in the process of steps ST9 to ST11, the product data stored in the storage means (purchased product table 273) is recorded on the portable recording medium in response to the end detection means detecting the end of the product data input. Means, specifically, means for converting the product data stored in the storage means into a two-dimensional symbol and visualizing and displaying the two-dimensional symbol on a portable recording medium (sub receipt 4).

  The customer service representative who has input the end key waits for the sub receipt 4 to be issued from the printer 5. When the sub receipt 4 is issued, the sub receipt 4 is given to the customer. The customer who receives the sub-receipt 4 goes to an accounting office and pays for the purchased product. At this time, the location of the accounting office is not particularly limited. The customer who goes to the accounting office gives the sub-receipt 4 to the cashier. The cashier that has received the sub-receipt 4 causes the symbol reader 6 to read the two-dimensional symbol 3 printed on the sub-receipt 4.

  In relation to this, the CPU 11 of the POS terminal 1 waits for the two-dimensional symbol 3 to be read as step ST21. If it is determined that the two-dimensional symbol 3 has been read by the symbol reader 6 (YES in ST21), the CPU 11 converts the data of the two-dimensional symbol 3 input via the symbol reader interface 17 into a store code and an operator code as step ST22. And a code string consisting of product data (product code, purchase points).

  Here, the symbol reader 6 and the CPU 11 read the product data recorded on the recording medium, specifically, read the two-dimensional symbol 3 visualized and displayed on the recording medium (sub receipt 4), and restore the product code. Configure the means.

  When the restoration of the two-dimensional symbol 3 into the code string is completed, the CPU 11 determines whether or not the store code in the restored code string matches the store code of the own store as step ST23. In the RAM 13 of each POS terminal 1, a store code of the own store is set in advance. The CPU 11 collates the store code of the store with the store code restored from the two-dimensional symbol 3 and determines whether or not they match. If the store codes do not match (NO in ST23), the sub-receipt 4 is issued at another store. In this case, the CPU 11 notifies an error.

  When the store codes match (YES in ST23), the CPU 11 acquires the current time T from the clock unit 15 as step ST24. In step ST25, the business schedule file 141 is searched using the operator code restored from the two-dimensional symbol 3 and the current time T as search keys. Specifically, in the work schedule data associated with the operator code that is the search key, the current time T is the work time from the [work start time] to [work end time + end time adjustment time]. Determine whether there is data to include in the band. For example, assuming that the work start time of the schedule data of the corresponding operator code is 11:00, the work end time is 12:00, and the end time adjustment time is 10 minutes, 11:00 to 12:10 It is determined whether or not the current time T is included in the business hours.

  When there is schedule data including the current time T as a business time zone, the sub-receipt 4 on which the two-dimensional symbol 3 is printed is a legitimate one issued by a regular customer service representative. On the other hand, when there is no schedule data including the current time T as the business time zone, the sub receipt 4 may be an unauthorized one issued by a person other than the regular customer service representative.

  As a result of searching the business schedule file 141, the CPU 11 determines that the sub-receipt 4 is valid as step ST26 when there is schedule data including the current time T as the business time zone. In other words, if there is no schedule data including the current time T as the business time zone, it is determined that the sub receipt 4 is invalid. When it is determined that the sub-receipt 4 is invalid (NO in ST26), the CPU 11 notifies an error.

  On the other hand, if it is determined that the sub-receipt 4 is valid (YES in ST26), the CPU 11 expands the product data (product code, purchase points) restored from the two-dimensional symbol 3 in the transaction memory of the RAM 13 as step ST27. . In step ST28, the product name, unit price, purchase point and purchase price (unit price x purchase point) of the product specified by the purchase code data, that is, the product code developed in the transaction memory, are displayed on the operator display 19 and the customer display 110. ) And the total price of the purchased product.

  The cashier that has read the two-dimensional symbol 3 of the sub-receipt 4 with the symbol reader 6 waits for the purchase merchandise data to be displayed. When purchased product data is displayed on the operator display 19 without an error being notified, the display content is compared with the product purchased by the customer to determine whether or not the transaction can be confirmed. To do. If the transaction can be confirmed, enter the total key and receive payment from the customer.

  At this point, the customer may receive an offer to purchase another product. Or, there may be an offer to cancel the purchase of a certain product. In such a case, the cashier operates the keyboard 18 or the symbol reader 6 to input data of the additional product or the canceled product. The data of the added product or the canceled product is reflected in the data in the transaction memory, and the display contents of the operator display 19 and the customer display 110 are updated.

  In relation to this, the CPU 11 waits for a total key to be input in step ST29 or to instruct correction of purchased product data in step ST30. When correction data for purchased products, that is, additional product data or canceled product data is input via the keyboard 18, the CPU 11 corrects the product data in the transaction memory based on the correction data in step ST31. Thereafter, the process returns to ST28, and the purchased merchandise data on the operator display 19 and the customer display 110 are updated in accordance with the data in the modified transaction memory.

  When the total key is input, the CPU 11 executes merchandise sales data processing as step ST32. This process is a process of acquiring product sales data based on the product data stored in the transaction memory and registering this product sales data in the sales memory. Moreover, the process according to the payment of a customer's price, for example, in the case of cash payment, includes the process of calculating the amount of change and displaying it on the operator display and the customer display. Here, the CPU 11 constitutes product sales data processing means for processing sales data of products purchased by the customer based on the product data read by the reading means (symbol reader 6 and CPU 11).

  When the merchandise sales data processing is completed, the CPU 11 operates the receipt printer 111 to print and issue a purchase receipt as step ST33. The cashier gives the purchase receipt to the customer. This completes one transaction with the customer.

  As described above, according to the present embodiment, a store settlement system including a plurality of POS terminals 1 and a handy terminal 2 having a larger number than the POS terminals 1 is introduced without building a wireless communication system in the store. be able to. Therefore, the labor and time required for system construction can be shortened, and the cost for initial introduction can be greatly reduced.

  Further, the customer can pay the price to any accounting office as long as he / she has a valid sub-receipt 4 issued from the handy terminal 2. Therefore, for example, since the customer can select a relatively free accounting office, customer satisfaction can be increased.

  In other words, if the store code or operator code incorporated in the two-dimensional symbol 3 printed on the sub-receipt 4 is an illegal code, an error occurs and settlement is prohibited. Therefore, even if the handy terminal 2 and the POS terminal 1 are offline, sufficient security can be ensured.

  In the present embodiment, the product data stored in the purchased product table 273 is converted into the two-dimensional symbol 3 in the handy terminal 2, but the two-dimensional symbol 3 may have a great deal of information. Therefore, one two-dimensional symbol 3 is usually sufficient for one customer regardless of the number of purchased products. Therefore, the accounting office can input the data of the products purchased by the customer into the POS terminal 1 with only one reading operation of the two-dimensional symbol 3, thereby reducing the processing time of accounting work and reducing the work load of the cashier. Can also be planned.

  Note that the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiment as it is, and can be embodied by modifying the constituent elements without departing from the scope of the invention in the implementation stage.

  For example, in the above embodiment, the recording medium for visualizing and displaying the two-dimensional symbol is a paper medium, but the recording medium is not limited to the paper medium. For example, a reversible thermosensitive recording medium that develops or decolors by heating at a predetermined temperature can be used.

  Further, according to the present invention, it is not always necessary to convert the product data stored in the storage means into a two-dimensional symbol and visualize the two-dimensional symbol on a portable recording medium. The product data stored in the storage means may be recorded on a portable recording medium as it is, and the product data recorded on this recording medium may be collectively read by the POS terminal 1. For example, when the POS terminal 1 includes an RFID reader / writer, the above embodiment can be realized by using an RFID card as a recording medium.

  In the above embodiment, the CPU 25 of the handy terminal 2 waits for an operator code to be input as step ST1, and if an operator code is input, the input operator code is stored in the RAM 27 as step ST2. The operator code area 272 is overwritten, and the purchased product table 273 in the RAM 27 is cleared as step ST3. Therefore, it is necessary to input an operator code for each transaction. Such a mechanism is effective when a plurality of operators share one handy terminal 2. However, the present invention is not limited to this.

  For example, a key for instructing to clear the purchased product table 273 is provided on the keyboard 21 of the handy terminal 2. If the CPU 25 detects that the clear instruction key has been input while waiting for the operator code to be input in step ST1, the CPU 25 performs the process in step ST3, that is, the purchased product table in the RAM 27. It is configured to clear 273. By doing so, in the specification in which each operator occupies the handy terminal 2, it is possible to omit the trouble of inputting an operator code for each transaction.

  In addition, various inventions can be formed by appropriately combining a plurality of constituent elements disclosed in the embodiment. For example, some components may be deleted from all the components shown in the embodiment. Furthermore, the constituent elements over different embodiments may be combined.

1 is an overall configuration diagram of a store settlement system according to an embodiment of the present invention. The block diagram of the handy terminal which comprises the system. The figure which shows the main memory areas formed in RAM of the handy terminal. The block diagram of the POS terminal which comprises the system. The figure which shows the main data files preserve | saved at HDD of the POS terminal. The flowchart which shows the main control procedures which CPU of the handy terminal performs. The flowchart which shows the main control procedures which CPU of the POS terminal performs.

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  DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... POS terminal, 2 ... Handy terminal, 3 ... Two-dimensional symbol, 4 ... Sub receipt, 5 ... Printer, 6 ... Symbol reader, 11, 25 ... CPU, 15 ... Clock part, 17 ... Symbol reader interface, 18, 21 DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS ... Keyboard, 19 ... Display for operator, 22 ... Scanner, 23 ... Indicator, 24 ... Printer interface, 110 ... Display for customer, 111 ... Receipt printer, 273 ... Purchase goods table.

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  1. A store payment system using a handy terminal and a payment terminal,
    The handy terminal is
    An input means for inputting data of products purchased by the customer;
    Storage means for storing product data input via the input means;
    An end detection means for detecting the end of data input of the product purchased by the customer;
    A recording means for recording the product data stored in the storage means on a portable recording medium in response to detecting the end of the product data input by the end detection means,
    The payment terminal is
    Reading means for reading product data recorded on the recording medium;
    Product sales data processing means for processing sales data of products purchased by the customer based on the product data read by the reading means;
    A store settlement system characterized by comprising:
  2. The recording means is means for converting product data stored in the storage means into a two-dimensional symbol, and visualizing and displaying the two-dimensional symbol on a portable recording medium,
    2. The store settlement system according to claim 1, wherein the reading means is means for reading a two-dimensional symbol visualized and displayed on the recording medium and restoring a product code.
  3. An input means for inputting data of products purchased by the customer;
    Storage means for storing product data input via the input means;
    An end detection means for detecting the end of data input of the product purchased by the customer;
    In response to detecting the end of product data input by the end detection means, the product data stored in the storage means is input to a settlement terminal that processes sales data of products purchased by the customer based on the product data. Recording means for recording on a portable recording medium for
    A handy terminal comprising:
  4. A store payment method using a handy terminal provided with an input means, a storage means, an end detection means and a recording means, and a payment terminal provided with a reading means and a merchandise sales data processing means,
    In the handy terminal,
    Enter the data of the product that the customer purchases using the input means,
    The input product data is stored in the storage means,
    Upon detecting the end of data input of the product purchased by the customer by the end detection means, the product data stored in the storage means is recorded on a portable recording medium by the recording means,
    The payment terminal is
    The product data recorded on the recording medium is read by the reading means,
    A store settlement method, wherein the product sales data processing means processes sales data of a product purchased by the customer based on the read product data.
  5. The recording means converts the product data stored in the storage means into a two-dimensional symbol, visualizes the two-dimensional symbol on a portable recording medium,
    5. The store settlement method according to claim 4, wherein the reading means reads a two-dimensional symbol visualized and displayed on the recording medium and restores a product code.
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