Merge PS PostScript Java

PS file format was created to establish connection between the computer and physical printer. It is widely used to print graphic objects because of its scalability feature. Sometimes you may want to merge several PS files into one file. Accordingly, this article covers how to merge PS PostScript files programmatically in Java.

Combine or Merge PS files – Java API Installation

Aspose.Page for Java API can be used to create, edit, or convert many page description language files including PS, EPS, etc. You may use the following Maven specifications in the pom.xml file of your project to set up the API from the Maven repository. You can alternatively download the JAR file from the Downloads page.





Merge PS files Programmatically in Java

You need to follow the following steps in order to merge several PS files into one:

  1. Load the input PostScript file.
  2. Initialize a PdfSaveOptions class instance.
  3. Merge the PS PostScript files.

The following code snippet demonstrates how to merge different PostScript files programmatically in Java:

Merge PS files using Advanced Options with Java

You may specify different settings to enhance the merging process. The following steps need to be followed in order to merge different PS files using advanced options with Java:

  1. Get the source PostScript file.
  2. Create an object of the PdfSaveOptions class.
  3. Merge different PostScript files.

The sample code below shows how to merge PS files using advanced options with Java:

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In this article, you have learned how to merge or combine different PostScript PS files programmatically in Java. PostScript files are useful as they are device independent and they produce sharper details while printing files so merging the PS files can be helpful in many ways. You may explore other features included in the API by taking a look at the documentation section. In case of any queries, reach out to us via the forum.

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