Outputs text specified by text and the coordinates x and y . The X and Y coordinates start from 0,0 at the bottom left of the page.
If mode is 0 or not used the default unit as specified for the page is used (which may have been set with cpdf_page_init() . Otherwise the coordinates are measured in PostScript points disregarding the current unit.
// start a PDF document $cpdf = cpdf_open(0, "test.pdf"); // create a 600x400 page cpdf_page_init($cpdf, 1, 0, 600, 400, 1); cpdf_begin_text($cpdf); cpdf_set_font($cpdf, "Helvetica", 18, "WinAnsiEncoding"); // display text at coordinates cpdf_show_xy($cpdf, "Hello World", 50, 500); cpdf_end_text($cpdf); // close and write document cpdf_finalize($cpdf); cpdf_close($cpdf);
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