Although PDF is not a programming language it provides several types of function
object that represent parameterized classes of functions, including mathematical
formulas and sampled representations with arbitrary resolution. Functions are used
in various ways in PDF, including device-dependent rasterization information for
high-quality printing (halftone spot functions and transfer functions), color
transform functions for certain color spaces, and specification of colors as a
function of position for smooth shadings. Functions in PDF represent static,
self-contained numerical transformations.
PDF::Function represents a single, flat interface around all PDF function types.
pdftron (in pdftron.dll) Version: 255.255.255.255
public sealed class Function : IClosable
Public NotInheritable Class Function
public ref class Function sealed : IClosable
pdftron.PDF.Function = function();
The Function type exposes the following members.
Methods See Also