Hello! My name is Ron. I’m a sinner saved by grace, follower of Christ, amateur theologian, husband, father, guitarist, singer-songwriter, worship leader, professional software developer, electronics engineer, fisherman, boat operator, real estate investor, world traveler, handyman, and lover of life.

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  1. ron Post author

    There should be instructions for building using Maven. Once you’ve built the entire project, there should be JavaDocs which you can read for the class usage. The one class which ties it all together from command line is OCRScannerDemo.java. That’s the one you’ll want to run in order to see the OCR engine in operation. It’s also the file you’ll want to examine to get the most common use-case in order to integrate the JavaOCR library into your own applications.

    Please read prior comments before posting duplicate questions. Thanks!


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