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PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2019 8:00 pm 

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Found and fixed an issue when a real number is a very large whole number.

What was happening is that value (which was imported from a separate PDF) was being written as an integer when saved (i.e. no decimal point added), causing an overflow both in PdfSharp and Acrobat Reader when the file was opened.

In PdfWriter.cs, about line 169:
/// <summary>
/// Writes the specified value to the PDF stream.
/// </summary>
public void Write(PdfReal value)
            WriteRaw(value.Value.ToString("0.0#######", CultureInfo.InvariantCulture));
            // ORIGINAL WriteRaw(value.Value.ToString(Config.SignificantFigures7, CultureInfo.InvariantCulture));
            _lastCat = CharCat.Character;

The above forces a ".0" after the integral value. Probably a more elegant way to do it (don't necessarily need the zero, for example), but for what it's worth.

Nathan Brady

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