For sure I will take a look at the CAM::PDF module, I stated that in another reply here somewhere. But I would like to know why you say my approach of PDF hacking is seriously flawed? Can you explain?
As I also replied somewhere else in this thread, I have Python code that works perfect and does the job 100% correct on the same file content, but it's extremely slow. That's the reason why I would like to give it a try with Perl, seen it outperforms many other languages with respect to text manipulation (wasn't this one of the main reasons Perl was developed in the first place?).
So, I'm puzzled as to why my approach is flawed. Curious to hear/read your rationale behind this...
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