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cpdf_place_inline_image — Includes an in memory image


bool cpdf_place_inline_image(pdfdoc, gdimage, x, y, angle, width, height, save[, mode]);
resource pdfdoc: PDF document identifier
int gdimage: In memory image identifier
double x: X coordinate
double y: Y coordinate
double angle: Angle of rotation
float width: Image width
float height: Image height
int save: Save graphics state
int mode (optional): Units mode


TRUE on success or FALSE on error


Places in image created with PHP's GD image functions into the PDF document at coordinates x , y . The image identifier used by the GD functions is specified by gdimage .

If save has a non-zero value, the documents graphical state is saved when the image is placed. This is the same as calling cpdf_save(() ).

If mode is specified, coordinates are calculated in PostScript points. There are usually 72 PostScript points to an inch. If not specified or set to 0, then the pages default units are used.


Since versions 3.0.9 and 4.0


Example 141. Create an in memory image


// start a PDF document
$cpdf = cpdf_open(0, "test.pdf");

// create a 600x400 page
cpdf_page_init($cpdf, 1, 0, 600, 400, 1);

// use GD to create a test image
$gdimage = imagecreate(100, 100);
$color = imagecolorallocate($gdimage, 100, 190, 0);
$black = imagecolorallocate($gdimage, 0, 0, 0);
imageline($gdimage, 2, 2, 90, 90, $black);

// place the image from memory into the document
cpdf_place_inline_image($cpdf, $gdimage, 50, 50, 10.0, 150, 50.0, 0, 0);

// close and write document

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