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         <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
             function trygoogle() {
             // launch pic2shop and tell it to open Google Products with scan result
             window.location="pic2shop://scan?callback=http%3A//www.google.com/m/products%3Fgl%3Dus%26source%3Dmog%26hl%3Den%26source%3Dgp2%26q%3DEAN%26btnProductsHome%3DSearch%2BProducts";
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         <h2>Pic2shop Callback Demo</h2>
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             This demo launches the <em>free</em> pic2shop barcode scanner, then searches Google Products with the UPC. 
             In a real setting:
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                 <li>the call back would be to your own web application</li>
                 <li>the scan button would only be shown to iPhone users</li>
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            <INPUT TYPE=BUTTON OnClick="trygoogle();" VALUE="Scan Barcode">
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             See the <a href="scan_source.html">source code</a>.
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             Check out the <a href="http://www.pic2shop.com/developers/developers.html">developers' page</a>.
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