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How can I write a tool which can convert a PDF into XML using programming, and which language should be used?

I would like to suggest pyPdf. sample code 1 (merge several pdf’s into single pdf)- from PyPDF2 import PdfFileMerger merger = PdfFileMerger input1 = open("document1.pdf", "rb") input2 = open("document2.pdf", "rb") input3 = open("document3.pdf", "rb") # add the first 3 pages of input1 document to output merger.append(fileobj = input1, pages = (0,3)) # insert the first page of input2 into the output beginning after the second page merger.merge(position = 2, fileobj = input2, pages = (0,1)) # append entire input3 document to the end of the output document merger.append(input3) # Write to an output PDF document output = open("document-output.pdf", "wb") merger.write(output) sample code 2 (merge >2 pdf into one in less line of code )- # Merge two PDFs from pyPdf import PdfFileReader, PdfFileWriter output = PdfFileWriter pdfOne = PdfFileReader(file( "some\path\to\a\PDf", "rb")) pdfTwo = PdfFileReader(file("some\other\path\to\a\PDf", "rb")) output.addPage(pdfOne.getPage(0)) output.addPage(pdfTwo.getPage(0)) outputStream = file(r"output.pdf", "wb") output.write(outputStream) outputStream.close sample code 3 (start to end pdf make from web page/text ) - from PyPDF2 import PdfFileWriter, PdfFileReader output = PdfFileWriter input1 = PdfFileReader(open("document1.pdf", "rb")) # print how many pages input1 has. print "document1.pdf has %d pages." % input1.getNumPages # add page 1 from input1 to output document, unchanged output.addPage(input1.getPage(0)) # add page 2 from input1, but rotated clockwise 90 degrees output.addPage(input1.getPage(1).rotateClockwise(90)) # add page 3 from input1, rotated the other way. output.addPage(input1.getPage(2).rotateCounterClockwise(90)) # alt. output.addPage(input1.getPage(2).rotateClockwise(270)) # add page 4 from input1, but first add a watermark from another PDF. page4 = input1.getPage(3) watermark = PdfFileReader(open("watermark.pdf", "rb")) page4.mergePage(watermark.getPage(0)) output.addPage(page4) # add page 5 from input1, but crop it to half size. page5 = input1.getPage(4) page5.mediaBox.upperRight = ( page5.mediaBox.getUpperRight_x / 2, page5.mediaBox.getUpperRight_y / 2 ) output.addPage(page5) # add some Javascript to launch the print window on opening this PDF. # the password dialog may prevent the print dialog from being shown, # comment the the encription lines, if that's the case, to try this out output.addJS("this.print({bUI.true,bSilent.false,bShrinkToFit.true});") # encrypt your new PDF and add a password password = "secret" output.encrypt(password) # finally, write "output" to document-output.pdf outputStream = file("PyPDF2-output.pdf", "wb") output.write(outputStream)

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Close # check that the output is readable, and also that the font is defined print Output was: — \t — PDF1 “.