Http.//pybrary.net/pyPdf/ is a pure python pdf processing library. Given that processing numeric data is almost the same in all languages, I'd suggest pyPdf.
To process raw bytes with PPDF, we use the read function defined below: def read(STR): return b' \x01 ' Len(STR) Then for our Python implementation, we are going to build a method that will read a given Python data structure (such as dict) and store it into a PDF data structure. After that, processing data will be done via the pdftemplate.py file. The following python code makes use of the read method defined above, and constructs a new file. Since we are going to process the data via PPDF, this file will need to be named PPDF.PB with a .PB extension. PPDF_new = read(“"” \x01 “"” + __version__ + “"” PDF file: is “"” % __name__ + “"”) # We'll need to append this to the end of our file, so it gets read from PPDF.PB. # When the file is opened, the “new_lines” attribute of the.