Is there a way to read Adobe PDF files with Python?
To read and manage Portable Document Files you can use the open source ReportLab toolkit (written in Python) from:http://www.reportlab.org/rl_toolkit.html
If you have a PC with Windows, you can use wxPython to read PDF files, check:http://www.daniweb.com/code/snippet618.html
2.1.5 Does ReportLab support reading PDFs?
No, the Open Source package doesn't do this.
That's what our commercial PageCatcher product does.
Why doesn't the code (2) below produce the same output as the code (1)? Let's say you entered "4" as input:
cout << "enter integer: ";
I am using following codes on EVERY textbox.
private void textBox1_KeyPress(object sender, KeyPressEventArgs e)
char ch = e.KeyChar;
if (ch == (char)Keys.Back)
e.Handled = ...
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