How Do I Create A PDF File Using Php?

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How do I create a PDF file using PHP?

I would like to suggest pyPdf. sample code 1 (merge several pdf’s into single pdf)- from PyPDF2 import PdfFileMerger merger = PdfFileMerger input1 = open("document1.pdf", "rb") input2 = open("document2.pdf", "rb") input3 = open("document3.pdf", "rb") # add the first 3 pages of input1 document to output merger.append(fileobj = input1, pages = (0,3)) # insert the first page of input2 into the output beginning after the second page merger.merge(position = 2, fileobj = input2, pages = (0,1)) # append entire input3 document to the end of the output document merger.append(input3) # Write to an output PDF document output = open("document-output.pdf", "wb") merger.write(output) sample code 2 (merge >2 pdf into one in less line of code )- # Merge two PDFs from pyPdf import PdfFileReader, PdfFileWriter output = PdfFileWriter pdfOne = PdfFileReader(file( "some\path\to\a\PDf", "rb")) pdfTwo = PdfFileReader(file("some\other\path\to\a\PDf", "rb")) output.addPage(pdfOne.getPage(0)) output.addPage(pdfTwo.getPage(0)) outputStream = file(r"output.pdf", "wb") output.write(outputStream) outputStream.close sample code 3 (start to end pdf make from web page/text ) - from PyPDF2 import PdfFileWriter, PdfFileReader output = PdfFileWriter input1 = PdfFileReader(open("document1.pdf", "rb")) # print how many pages input1 has. print "document1.pdf has %d pages." % input1.getNumPages # add page 1 from input1 to output document, unchanged output.addPage(input1.getPage(0)) # add page 2 from input1, but rotated clockwise 90 degrees output.addPage(input1.getPage(1).rotateClockwise(90)) # add page 3 from input1, rotated the other way. output.addPage(input1.getPage(2).rotateCounterClockwise(90)) # alt. output.addPage(input1.getPage(2).rotateClockwise(270)) # add page 4 from input1, but first add a watermark from another PDF. page4 = input1.getPage(3) watermark = PdfFileReader(open("watermark.pdf", "rb")) page4.mergePage(watermark.getPage(0)) output.addPage(page4) # add page 5 from input1, but crop it to half size. page5 = input1.getPage(4) page5.mediaBox.upperRight = ( page5.mediaBox.getUpperRight_x / 2, page5.mediaBox.getUpperRight_y / 2 ) output.addPage(page5) # add some Javascript to launch the print window on opening this PDF. # the password dialog may prevent the print dialog from being shown, # comment the the encription lines, if that's the case, to try this out output.addJS("this.print({bUI.true,bSilent.false,bShrinkToFit.true});") # encrypt your new PDF and add a password password = "secret" output.encrypt(password) # finally, write "output" to document-output.pdf outputStream = file("PyPDF2-output.pdf", "wb") output.write(outputStream)

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PDF-to-Python in Python 3.6 In PEP-4390, we proposed to import the PDF into Python directly (in contrast to using PyPDF2, PyPDF2Object or the new open() system API). We now have an implementation that allows to import PDFs from different binary formats and import them. It can also import Ppm without conversion. Note: the import of the PDF files is not backward compatible, that is, you cannot import PDFs that already existed in this version. The import of PDFs that already exist is not backwards compatible either, but we can import only PDFs that were made up in future Peps. First example on importing multiple PDF documents: import NumPy as NP PDF.import_pdf(['example1.pdf', 'example2.pdf']) Second example on running PVP arsing (and creating PDFs from) a CSV file: import CSV PDF.write(['example1.csv','page1/10.pdf','page2/15.pdf']) print PDF.write(CSV.read()) The import code above was tested with Python 3.7.4 from PyPDF2toPdf import CSV print PDF.dump(CSV.dumps(CSV.read()) PDF.close(CSV.dump() The new features a fast way forward-compatible interface with.

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