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Topic: Compression in pdf
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 67812
From: anishvraj
Date: 6/28/2002 06:22 AM

Hello!


When I tried to create a stream as shown below with
out any compression it works fine.

stream
q
BT
20 742 Td
0 0 Td
/F1 8 Tf
0 0 0 rg
(test1)Tj
0 0 0 rg
ET
Q

endstream

but if I compress the above using the
DeflaterOutputStream

I compressed the following
q
BT
20 742 Td
0 0 Td
/F1 8 Tf
0 0 0 rg
(test1)Tj
0 0 0 rg
ET
Q

and gave it between stream and
endstream
adobe doesn't show the document properly

my question is if i want to create a compressed pdf...


if I compress the content of the stream and enclose it
between stream and endstream will it work?


FYI:
I did set the filter to /FlateDecode.



let me know if you need any more info from myside.
kindly let me know

Thanks in advance

anis

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