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OCR Help with Similar Characters
William Hesse from United States
1 year
In my use case, the characters, 0, Q, 8, S seem to get confused frequently. In another post, I saw a suggestion of using a matching strategy if you know the format of the string. In my case, the Q's could be eliminated because they only appear in positions where it would expect numbers. I didn't see a way to specify the format for string matching (seems similar to word matching). How might this work? Can I use wildcards in the word database file? Thanks!

Bill

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