Skip site navigation (1)Skip section navigation (2)

FreeBSD Manual Pages

  
 
  

home | help
PANDA_OPEN_SUPPRESS(3)					PANDA_OPEN_SUPPRESS(3)

NAME
       panda_open_suppress - open a PDF	document with some special options

SYNOPSIS
	#include<panda/constants.h>
	#include<panda/functions.h>
	panda_pdf * panda_open_suppress	(char *filename, char *mode);

DESCRIPTION
       <command>PANDA INTERNAL</command>. Open the named PDF document with the
       mode specified. The only	mode currently supported is  "w",  but	others
       will  be	 integrated later. The interface to this function is identical
       in it's behaviour to the	<command>fopen</command>() function  call  of-
       fered  by  the ANSI C standard IO library. This function	call addition-
       ally doesn't create any of the default objects that a panda_open	 would
       create,	which  is useful when you want to parse	an existing PDF	into a
       new document.

RETURNS
       A pointer to a panda_pdf	structure

EXAMPLE
	#include&lt;panda/constants.h&gt;
	#include&lt;panda/functions.h&gt;
	panda_pdf *document;
	panda_init();
	document = panda_open_suppress("filename.pdf", "w");

SEE ALSO
       panda_init, panda_open_actual, panda_open, panda_close

VERSION
       This  documentation  was	 generated  for	 Panda	0.5.2  by  autodocbook
       (http://www.stillhq.com).

AUTHOR
       Panda  is  under	 development by	Michael	Still (mikal@stillhq.com). All
       code is Copyright Michael Still 2000 - 2003,  and is released under the
       GNU  GPL. Code submissions are welcomed.	Contact	Michael	at the address
       above if	you have something you would like to contribute.

BUGS
       There  are no known bugs	in Panda. If  you  find	 one,  please  contact
       mikal@stillhq.com and let me know.

				  28 May 2003		PANDA_OPEN_SUPPRESS(3)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | RETURNS | EXAMPLE | SEE ALSO | VERSION | AUTHOR | BUGS

Want to link to this manual page? Use this URL:
<https://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=panda_open_suppress&sektion=3&manpath=FreeBSD+12.1-RELEASE+and+Ports>

home | help