Http.//pybrary.net/pyPdf/ is a pure python pdf processing library. Given that processing numeric data is almost the same in all languages, I'd suggest pyPdf.
And the Python docs are pretty good. Now we're talking! I want to give PPDF's read.py a look. PPDF.read will accept an object of Python-compatible class that implements PPDF-API, and return a function that accepts object, return number, and set function and returns them in PPDF's format. For example, given the following code snippet: P = PPDF. Read ('data.txt') And this code snippet: A = p. Bar (b = 0) then one can see that A is an object of class 'PPDF. Bar'. B contains numeric value: an is the bar object. p.bar takes two arguments: 1) number value for bar; 2) set function, 1) bar's set value. PPDF.read returns a Python function that is a combination of the call to bar and the call to set. So this function: Def bar_tuple (l): # set function returned (a → b) a return (l. A, ') # return bar result Returns a tuple with 'a = ...' . The reason that I wanted to check.