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Function Reference
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Example (C++):
First, we define a structure which contains all variables we need to calculate the output rectangle. we
pass this structure to the SetOnPageBreakProc() function so that we don't need any global data.
struct TOutRect
{
void* iPDF;
// Active PDF instance
double PosX;
// X-coordinate of first output rectangle
double PosY;
// Y-coordinate of first output rectangle
double Width;
// Original width of the output rectangle
double Height;
// Original height of the output rectangle
double Distance; // Space between columns
SI32 Column;
// Current column
SI32 ColCount; // Number of columns
};
// This is our callback function
SI32 PDF_CALL OnPageBreakProc(const void* Data, double LastPosX, double
LastPosY, SI32 PageBreak)
{
TOutRect* r = (TOutRect*)Data; // get a pointer to our structure
pdfSetPageCoords(r->iPDF, pcTopDown); // we use top-down coordinates
if (!PageBreak && r->Column < r->ColCount -1)
{
++r->Column;
// Calculate the x-coordinate of the column
double posX = r->PosX + r->Column * (r->Width + r->Distance);
// change the output rectangle, do not close the page!
pdfSetTextRect(r->iPDF, posX, r->PosY, r->Width, r->Height);
switch(r->Column)
{
case 1: return NEW_ALIGN_JUSTIFY;
case 2: return NEW_ALIGN_RIGHT;
default: return 0; // do not change the alignment
}
}else
{
// the page is full, close the current one and append a new page
pdfEndPage(r->iPDF);
pdfAppend(r->iPDF);
pdfSetTextRect(r->iPDF, r->PosX, r->PosY, r->Width, r->Height);
r->Column = 0;
return NEW_ALIGN_LEFT;
}
}
 

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