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How to extract PDF pages in C++ and ByteScout PDF Extractor SDK

The tutorial below will demonstrate how to extract PDF pages in C++

With this source code sample you may quickly learn how to extract PDF pages in C++. What is ByteScout PDF Extractor SDK? It is the Software Development Kit (SDK) that is designed to help developers with data extraction from unstructured documents like pdf, tiff, scans, images, scanned and electronic forms. The library is powered by OCR, computer vision and AI to provide unique functionality like table detection, automatic table structure extraction, data restoration, data restructuring and reconstruction. Supports PDF, TIFF, PNG, JPG images as input and can output CSV, XML, JSON formatted data. Includes full set of utilities like pdf splitter, pdf merger, searchable pdf maker. It can help you to extract PDF pages in your C++ application.

This code snippet below for ByteScout PDF Extractor SDK works best when you need to quickly extract PDF pages in your C++ application. In order to implement the functionality, you should copy and paste this code for C++ below into your code editor with your app, compile and run your application. Enjoy writing a code with ready-to-use sample codes in C++.

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CPPExample.cpp
      
#include "stdafx.h" #include "comip.h" // you may also refer to the tlb from \net4.00\ folder // you may also want to include the tlb file into the project so you could compile it and use intellisense for it #import "c:\\Program Files\\Bytescout PDF Extractor SDK\\net2.00\\Bytescout.PDFExtractor.tlb" raw_interfaces_only using namespace Bytescout_PDFExtractor; int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[]) { // Initialize COM. HRESULT hr = CoInitializeEx(NULL, COINIT_APARTMENTTHREADED); // Create the interface pointer. _DocumentSplitterPtr pIDocumentSplitter(__uuidof(DocumentSplitter)); // Set the registration name and key // Note: You should use _bstr_t or BSTR to pass string to the library because of COM requirements _bstr_t bstrRegName(L"DEMO"); pIDocumentSplitter->put_RegistrationName(bstrRegName); _bstr_t bstrRegKey(L"DEMO"); pIDocumentSplitter->put_RegistrationKey(bstrRegKey); // you may enable optimization for extracted pages from documents // pIDocumentSplitter->put_OptimizeSplittedDocuments = true; // Load sample PDF document HRESULT sRes = S_OK; //1. extract selected pages (!note: page numbers are 1-based) _bstr_t bstrPath(L"..\\..\\sample2.pdf"); _bstr_t bstrParam(L"page2.pdf"); sRes = pIDocumentSplitter->ExtractPage(bstrPath, bstrParam, 2); // 2. split the doc into 2 parts at page #2 // (!) Note: page numbers are 1-based _bstr_t bstrPathInput(L"..\\..\\sample2.pdf"); _bstr_t bstrParam1(L"part1.pdf"); _bstr_t bstrParam2(L"part2.pdf"); sRes = pIDocumentSplitter->Split(bstrPathInput, bstrParam1, bstrParam2, 2); // 3. merge page 2 extracted on step 1 along with base pdf // Create the interface pointer. _DocumentMergerPtr pIDocumentMerger(__uuidof(DocumentMerger)); //_bstr_t bstrRegName(L"DEMO"); pIDocumentMerger->put_RegistrationName(bstrRegName); //_bstr_t bstrRegKey(L"DEMO"); pIDocumentMerger->put_RegistrationKey(bstrRegKey); // merge 2 files into the 3rd one _bstr_t bstrParamMerge1(L"page2.pdf"); _bstr_t bstrParamMerge2(L"..\\..\\sample2.pdf"); _bstr_t bstrParamMergeOutput(L"merged.pdf"); sRes = pIDocumentMerger->Merge2(bstrParamMerge1, bstrParamMerge2,bstrParamMergeOutput); // finally release both instances pIDocumentSplitter->Release(); pIDocumentMerger->Release(); // uninitialize ActiveX COM support CoUninitialize(); return 0; }

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stdafx.cpp
      
// stdafx.cpp : source file that includes just the standard includes // CPPExample.pch will be the pre-compiled header // stdafx.obj will contain the pre-compiled type information #include "stdafx.h" // TODO: reference any additional headers you need in STDAFX.H // and not in this file

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stdafx.h
      
// stdafx.h : include file for standard system include files, // or project specific include files that are used frequently, but // are changed infrequently // #pragma once #include "targetver.h" #include <stdio.h> #include <tchar.h> // TODO: reference additional headers your program requires here

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targetver.h
      
#pragma once // Including SDKDDKVer.h defines the highest available Windows platform. // If you wish to build your application for a previous Windows platform, include WinSDKVer.h and // set the _WIN32_WINNT macro to the platform you wish to support before including SDKDDKVer.h. #include <SDKDDKVer.h>

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