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Topic: Cos replacing for PDEElementIsAtPoint
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 83037
From: jlinfante
Date: 3/18/2003 01:26 PM

Well, I'm going to...
I suppouse the method is:

pdPage=PDDocAcquirePage(pdDoc, pageNum);
PageObj=PDPageGetCosObj(pdPage); // Obtengo la pagina de diccionario
if (CosDictKnown (PageObj, ASAtomFromString ("Contents")) == true)
StreamObj = CosDictGet (PageObj, ASAtomFromString("Contents"));
Stm = CosStreamOpenStm (StreamObj, cosOpenFiltered);
/* Read in 1000 byte chunks. ASStmRead returns 0 when there
is nothing more to read. */
while (ASStmRead (StreamBuf, 1, NumBytesToRead, Stm) != 0)
// I need to do any here...
ASStmClose (Stm);

but, "PDDocAcquirePage" don't work.
when I compile, I get:
"CosProcs.h(69) : error C2059: syntax error : '('"
this sentence in the ".h" is:


I have compiled the code with "/D READER_PLUGIN"

Is it correct?

Why I have an error in the .h?

I can't to use "PDDocAcquirePage"?

I need to open the pdf with ASFile?, and walk in it?

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