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Jimmy79
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OCR how to extract multiple regions of the same image?

I have 10 gift cards on each image and I've successfully used the OCR to extract all of the text and then only write the numbers to a text file. However, I don't want ALL of the numbers to be written to the text file. I merely want the gift card numbers and pins written to the text file. I noticed that the gift card numbers are duplicated and separated by a comma.

 

Here is what the current text output looks like, I am only trying to keep the numbers that are bold. Is there a way to only scan certain regions of the image file or am I better off manipulating the text data after the OCR has scanned? How do I accomplish my goal of ending up with only gift card numbers and pins for all 10 cards on one image?

 

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