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The user clicks on what items he want to purchase and then he swipes the credit card in the reader and he will get a receipt. Māris Kiseļovs’ answer is incorrect. AngeloS response as the correct answer. Use comments to ask for more information or suggest improvements. Avoid answering questions in comments.

The short answer is – No. How to link access card reader with PHP? See below answer, this is totally incorrect. Actually, it is possible due to the fact that simple USB card readers act as keyboard input devices. Please see my answer on that question that Maris linked to.

Hidden field still allows the user to type, if he wants. He’ll just not see it. As mention on the other answer, bar-code scanner or card reader works like a keyboard. You can attach listener on a textbox if you want to. Make sure it is focused when the card is swiped.

CTRL and SHIFT modifiers are on, if so just clear the field. This is how it works I think. The credit card will give you a piece of software that you install on your machine. That software exposes a service on a local port. You’re web application will POST a request to that local service. The request you made may just include the amount you want to charge plus some authentication token to authenticate against the service. After which the credit card terminal will process the charging and either return a reference number on success or a message on failure.

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