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I need to read a PDF file so I can parse the text in it... does anybody know of a freeware or cheapish vcl for this?
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Hi Guys,
            for you info xpdf is a great open source tool for opening pdf files and converting them to text or html. Its in C++ and compiled file with one tweak allow me to copying the text from all files.

Thanks for your comments.

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