Manual Reference Pages - PANDA_FREEOBJECT (3)
panda_freeobject - free the memory used by a previously created object
void panda_freeobject (panda_pdf *output, panda_object *);
<command>PANDA INTERNAL</command>. This function call frees the memory used by an object. It is used during the cleanup process prior to finishing closing a PDF document. Even if a user of the API has added object types to their code, they should not have to call this function, as their objects should be added to the object tree via <command>panda_addchild</command>() to ensure they are written to disc by <command>panda_writeobject</command>() having been traversed by <command>panda_traverseobjects</command>() at PDF close time.
document = panda_open("filename.pdf", "w");
obj = panda_newobject(document, panda_object_normal);
panda_newobject, panda_writeobject, panda_traverseobjects, panda_addchild
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| ||PANDA_FREEOBJECT (3) ||28 May 2003 |
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