This function was introduced in Quick PDF Library version 7.14.
Draws multiple rows from the specified table onto the selected page and returns the total height of the drawn rows. Only the number of rows that fit into the specified height will be drawn. Use the GetTableLastDrawnRow function to determine the row number of the last row.
In Quick PDF Library version 7.18 and earlier the result of this function was always reported in points. From version 7.19 and later the value returned by this function is correctly scaled according to the current co-ordinate system settings as set by the SetMeasurementUnits function.
function TDebenuPDFLibrary1511.DrawTableRows(TableID: Integer; Left, Top,
Height: Double; FirstRow, LastRow: Integer): Double;
Function DebenuPDFLibrary1511.PDFLibrary::DrawTableRows(TableID As Long,
Left As Double, Top As Double, Height As Double, FirstRow As Long,
LastRow As Long) As Double
double DPLDrawTableRows(int InstanceID, int TableID, double Left, double Top,
double Height, int FirstRow, int LastRow)
|TableID||A TableID returned by the CreateTable function|
|Left||The horizontal distance from the origin to the left edge of the table|
|Top||The vertical distance from the origin to the top of the table|
|Height||The maximum height available to draw the table in|
|FirstRow||The the number of the first row to draw. Top row is row number 1.|
0 = All remaining rows
Non-zero = The number of the final row to set
|0||No rows were drawn|
|Non-zero||The total height of all the rows that were drawn onto the page.|