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Topic: binary stuff' ???
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52000
From: pherweg
Date: 5/29/2002 04:49 PM

Hi,

i'd like to write a little command line tool that merges two pdf-files. Reading adobes references enabled me to do that job.
But now i encounter some problems by viewing my output files with acrobat reader. I think the problem is the "binary stuff" right after the header. At development time i didn't pay any attention to that, because i thought it is not important. But now it seems, that the acrobat reader can't read the file without the "binary stuff".
The reference doesn't specify the "binary stuff". What is it? What has it to contain? The reference only tells that it consists of characters greater 128.

???

Any hints appreciated
Bye
Peter

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