A chunk is the smallest significant part that can be added to a document. A chunk is a string with Font information. Chunk reportTitle= new Chunk(“Candidate Login Report “,catFont); Chunk add multiple Chunk and Phrase in itextpdf package ; import When I created iText, I chose the word chunk for the atomic text element because of its first definition in my dictionary: “a solid piece.” A phrase, on the other hand.

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While this works out more or less fine in itextt example, it will fail in other examples. All other layout parameters should be defined in the object to which this chunk of text is added. Really, all they should be used for is.

It would be itest to read white text on a white page, so you also change one of the many attributes of the Chunk object: Paragraphs derive from Phrase, so they autommatically fit text within the horizontal boundaries of the document, but they also force a new line for each paragraph just as in any word processing application. The solution here is to use a different font that does have the appropriate glyph chynk.


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These attributes can be changed with a series of setter methods. Observe that you no longer need to set the initial leading in step C. A phrase is an array of chunks, and will force a newline when the length of its contents exceed the vertical margins of the document.


A PDF document can be viewed and printed on any platform: The Paragraph class is derived from the Phrase class. For the default font—with a default size of 12—the default leading is For instance, if you have a Phrase with a font of size 10, the default leading is The default font in iText is Helvetica with size 12 pt.

iTextSharp – Adding Text with Chunks, Phrases and Paragraphs

It is also possible to set the alignment of the paragraph text, using the Paragraph. Getting started with Astyanax, the open source Cassandra java library and connect your application to one of the most important NoSQL database. Another way to distinguish different paragraphs is to add extra spacing before or after the paragraph. Really, all they should be used for is to change or set the style of a word or phrase inline.

NewLineor even Chunk.

There is another source of exceptions that I found to be rather sneaky. The fonts available in this class are often referred to as the standard Type 1 fonts. This can be caused by an encoding mismatch.

Methods inherited from class java. As the name of the interface indicates, these objects will be composed of different pieces of text; most of the time, it will be text wrapped in Chunk objects. It can be PdfContentByte.


Adding Chunk, Phrase, Paragraph, and List objects Part 1 (iText 5)

In most database systems, you can define the encoding for each table or for the whole database. It may be null. The MM refers to the fact that these are Multiple Master fonts.

You can set the leading or font as part of initiating a new phrase, as well as pass it a string or chunk to set its content through the phrase’s various overloaded constructors.

When chujk was set by hand for printing presses, strips of lead were placed between lines of type to add space—the word originally referred to the thickness of these strips of lead that were placed between the lines. Note that all child elements won’t also be tagged. Positive values rise the text, negative values lower the text.

Set role to null if you don’t want to tag this element. Every extra line in the same Paragraph will be indented a quarter of an inch. The chunk has a number of methods to allow you to do this, such as setUnderLinesetBackGroundand setTextRiseas well as a number of constructors that permit you to set the font and its styles.

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