To make base64_encode encode a URL safe string compatible caite.info . This strategy is good for Microsoft Word, Acrobat PDF, JPG image and so on (even. float PDF_stringwidth (resource $p, string $text, int $font, float $fontsize) php float PDF_stringwidth(PDF *p, const char *text, int font, float size);?>. Create PDF from web pages and HTML documents in PHP with the web pages , you can also convert a local HTML file or an HTML string.
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Try this piece of code $pdf_base64 = "caite.info"; //Get File content from txt file $pdf_base64_handler = fopen($pdf_base64,'r');. The example here seems helpful: caite.info In your case: php $decoded = base64_decode($base64); $file = 'caite.info';. fstream, or string; PDF_pcos_get_string — Get value of pCOS path with type name, string, The code only seemed to work for PDF (Acrobat 3.x) or below.
At least, all words need to be separated by spaces then used as keywords , and the "junk" codes removed for example: This will greatly reduce your page load time as the browser will only need to send one server request for the entire page, rather than multiple requests for the HTML and the images. I am sure it will always be a PDF file I have tried this: April and salary with experience. Edit Report a Bug. The results are in!
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Yet another addition to the PDF text extraction code last posted by jorromer. The code only seemed to work for PDF 1.
The code also handles closing brackets in the text stream, which were ignored by the previous version. My regular expression skills are somewhat lacking, so improvements may possible by a more skilled programmer. I'm sure there are still cases that this function will not handle, but I haven't come across any yet Another tutorial can be found at www.
Origin is at the lower left and the basic unit is the DTP pt. Starting from 2. Do you have a sample pdf? Can you try those classes: Those looking for a free replacement of pdflib may consider pslib at http: The API is very similar and even hypertext functions are supported.
There is also a php extension for pslib in PECL, called ps. I found this info about pdflib scope on a Chinese I think site and translated it. Turns out it has to be in the Page scope. The chart below in reference, please verify API call position.
How to get how many pages in a PDF? I read PDF spec. The tree structure allows PDF applications, using little memory to quickly open a document containing thousands of pages.
If a PDF have 63 pages, the page tree node will like this So now, I spread my tresor.
So spend much time in creating a PHP library to extract text from pages. Based on TCPDF parser class, now my lib can handle many cases such as multiple charset encoding, base64 and octal encoding Project webiste: To get this to work on Windows do not use escapeshellcmd From online help: Following characters are preceded by a backslash: So you are probably passing duff paths to pdf2text.
Just make darned sure you are in control of what is being passed through to your system call. To extend alex's example earlier, you can use a couple of switches inside the pdf doc to give you the total number of pages, without using any ext. I would have added the whole code, however the site keeps on saying "line is too long Just a minor tweak of massimo's functions.
UrlTokenEncode function use this: I omitted the strtr functions in my examples. Here are corrected functions: The users should not be able to increment the id in the URL and see the next data record in the database table.
My solution uses modified base64 functions by Tom: This works ok for me: If the function doesn't exist, this is a messy but effective way of doing it: INI file both mssql. Here's the code: It may be larger in future.
Note that at least some Windows systems will not print a line of characters longer than a certain length unless it has line breaks of some kind. So if you base encode a file, print it back for debugging purposes, and see nothing, don't be alarmed. I have another solution that is simple and elegant. Create a pseudorandom string of characters.
Then, each time you want to obfuscate your key, append a random substring from the pseudorandom string and use base64 encoding.
When you want to de-obfuscate, convert back from base If the prefix is not in your pseudorandom source, then the value is forged. Otherwise, strip the prefix and recover your original key. The advantages are that the string will look different even for the same key, and encoding and decoding should be extremely fast.
Here's an example: I used this to store my images in a database and display them form there. First I open the files using fread, encoded the result, and stored that result in the database.
Useful for creating random images. Regarding base64url, you can just use: Note that some applications, such as OpenSSL's enc command, require that there be a line break every 64 characters in order for their base64 decode function to work.