I have tried many time. But I am not getting any information's regarding that PDF to HTML conversion. Instead of that I successfully convert HTML file in the form of PDF.
I used code the below code for converting HTML to PDF.
#Create object for that Module..
my $pdf = new PDF::FromHTML( encoding => 'utf-8' );
# Loading from a file..
# Or from a scalar reference:
#$input = "<html><body>sample test<br><b>deiveegan</b></body></html>";
# Perform the actual conversion..
Font => 'arial.ttf',
LineHeight => 18,
Landscape => 2,
# Write to a file:.
# Or to a scalar reference:
I did it Successfully. But I need a help for converting it in reverse. (i.e.) PDF to HTML.
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