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PHP Imagick setSizeOffset () function

Syntax:
bool Imagick::setSizeOffset (int $columns, int  $rows, int $offset)
Parameters:This function takes three parameters as above and described below:
  • $columns:specifies the width in pixels.
  • $row:specifies the height in pixels.
  • $offset:indicates the offset of the image.
Return Value:This function returns TRUE on success.Exceptions:This function will throw an ImagickException on error.The following programs illustrate the Imagick::setSizeOffset()function in PHP:Program 1:  
// Create a new imagick object $imagick = new Imagick ( https://media.engineerforengineer.org/wp-content/uploads/engineerforengineer-13.png );  
// Set size offset $imagick -> setSizeOffset (100, 400, 35);  
// Get dimension offset $sizeOffset = $imagick -> getSizeOffset(); echo $sizeOffset ; ?>
Output:
35
Program 2:  
// Create a new imagick object $imagick = new Imagick ( https://media.engineerforengineer.org/wp-content/uploads/engineerforengineer-13.png );  
// Set size offset $imagick -> setSizeOffset (300, 800, 21);  
// Get dimension offset $sizeOffset = $imagick -> getSizeOffset(); echo $sizeOffset ; ?>
Output:
21
Link: https://www .php.net / manual / en / imagick.setsizeoffset.php

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