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Calculates the height of the table.

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MBS( "DynaPDF.Table.GetNextHeightRow"; Table; MaxHeight )


Parameter Description Example value
Table The identifier for the table. $Table
MaxHeight Maximum height for the table. 500


Returns next row or error.


Calculates the height of the table.
If the parameter MaxHeight is zero, then the full height will be returned. If MaxHeight is greater zero, then the height of the table is calculated that fits into the output height. This is the same height that DrawTable() would produce when drawning the table with the same parameters. This function can be useful if the height of the table must be known before it can be drawn. The function caches the result so that multiple calls with a different max height can be computed fast as possible.
The function must be called within an open page.

This function can be used together with DynaPDF.Table.GetNextHeight. While DynaPDF.Table.GetNextHeight returns the height, this function will return the next row after the given height has been used.

See also

DynaPDF.Table.GetNextHeight   -   DynaPDF.Table.GetNextRow

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