Category : pdf

here is my printing code : //Print & Move the files after printing DirectoryInfo sourceinfo = new DirectoryInfo(@"C:fold"); DirectoryInfo target = new DirectoryInfo(@"C:fold1"); if (!Directory.Exists(target.FullName)) { Directory.CreateDirectory(target.FullName); } foreach (FileInfo fi in sourceinfo.GetFiles()) { if (fi.Length != 0) Pdf.PrintPDFs(fi.FullName); fi.CopyTo(Path.Combine(target.ToString(), fi.Name), true); fi.Delete(); } and here is my pdf class (it uses adobe acrobat reader) ..

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I have a program where I need to operate on different types of files. I want the input and output files of the following program to be the same. #include<iostream> #include<string> #include<fstream> #include<sstream> typedef unsigned char u8; using namespace std; char* readFileBytes(string name) { ifstream fl(name); fl.seekg( 0, ios::end ); size_t len = fl.tellg(); char ..

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@kj – Thanks for your comment. Updating the question. I have a requirement to create about 4000 "searchable" PDFs from scanned copies of contracts, all in English (in PDF format). The intent is to upload these documents to Salesforce CRM and make these PDF searchable in Salesforce search interface. Ideally, we want to script this ..

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I’m trying to set up Podofo to Combining two PDF files from a vector std::vector<const wchar_t*> inputfiles; here are my steps in detail (maybe it’s very basic to many people but not to me): download [podofo-0.9.7] In vs2019, add #include "..podofo.h" and general/linker to COPYING.LIB settings (I’m not sure this) build project i got error ..

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