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Merge PDFs using CLI with customizations.

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Merge-PDF

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Merge PDF files using customizations within a folder using Command line.

How to Install

pip install mergemypdf

How to use

  • Open Terminal
  • Move to the directory where PDFs are present.
  • Run mergemypdf -h for more info.

Usage:

mergemypdf -c <number_of_pdfs> -o <order_of_merging> -f <output_pdf_filename>

Example Usage:

mergemypdf -c 10 -o 1 -f merged.txt

Optional arguments:

- s : <pdf_name_starting_with_string> 
- e : <pdf_name_endswith_string> 
- cn: <pdf_name_containing_string>

Note:

  • -c represents number of PDFs needed to merge.
  • -o represents order of merging PDFs, 0 is Ascending, 1 is descending and 2 is Shuffle. Default is Ascending.
  • -s represents start string in PDF file's name.
  • -e represents end string in PDF file's name.
  • -cn represents string containing in PDF file's name.
  • -f represents saved file name. Default names are randomly generated, adviced to specify a name everytime.

Usage of Optional Arguments.

  • mergemypdf -s 09 Only merge PDFs starting with 09.
  • mergemypdf -e Derivation Only merge PDFs ending with Derivation.
  • mergemypdf -cn Lecture Only merge PDFs having keyword 'Lecture' in the name.

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