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iText in Action: Creating and Manipulating PDF by Bruno Lowagie

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Appendix A. Class diagrams

This appendix has been added for your convenience. It contains class diagrams that explain the relationships between several of the most important iText classes. It’s important to realize that these diagrams don’t provide the complete model; many attributes and methods have been omitted in order to make the diagrams presentable.

Most classes are represented in a rectangle containing three parts:

  • The name of the class or interface. Sometimes the names of the superclass or the interfaces that were implemented are added in the upper-right corner.

  • A (partial!) list of attributes.

  • A (partial!) list of methods.

Every attribute or method name is preceded by a sign:

  • A plus-sign (+) means the attribute or method is public.

  • A minus-sign ...

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