imagesx

(PHP 4, PHP 5)

imagesxResmin genişliğini döndürür

Açıklama

int imagesx ( resource $resim )

Belirtilen resmin genişliğini döndürür

Değiştirgeler

resim

imagecreatetruecolor() gibi bir resim oluşturma işlevinden dönen bir resim verisi.

Dönen Değerler

Hata oluşmuşsa FALSE, aksi takdirde belirtilen resmin genişliğini döndürür.

Örnekler

Örnek 1 - imagesx() örneği

<?php

// 300*200'lük bir resim oluşturalım
$img imagecreatetruecolor(300200);

echo 
imagesx($img); // çıktısı: 300

?>

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leonardo AT saochico DOT com
10 years ago
This function convert image size of Pixel to Centimeter

<?
#$imagem - source of image
#$dpi - resolution to convert E.g.: 72dpi or 300dpi

function px2cm($image, $dpi) {
    #Create a new image from file or URL
    $img = ImageCreateFromJpeg($image);

    #Get image width / height
    $x = ImageSX($img);
    $y = ImageSY($img);
   
    #Convert to centimeter
    $h = $x * 2.54 / $dpi;
    $l = $y * 2.54 / $dpi;
   
    #Format a number with grouped thousands
    $h = number_format($h, 2, ',', ' ');
    $l = number_format($l, 2, ',', ' ');
   
    #add size unit
    $px2cm[] = $h."cm";
    $px2cm[] = $l."cm";
   
    #return array w values
    #$px2cm[0] = X
    #$px2cm[1] = Y   
    return $px2cm;
}

$image = "C:\\inetpub\\wwwroot\\lab\\trata_img\\l0gik.jpg";
$dpi = 300;

$result = px2cm($image, $dpi);

print ($result[0]." x ".$result[1]);
?>
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anC
9 years ago
You can't convert pixels into centimeters or something else, atleast without knowing the resolution and the size of your screen and the viewrange of it. For example: The pixels on monitor that's resolution is 1024*768 and size is 17' the size of a pixel is smaller than on the monitor that's resolution is 1024*768 too but size is 21'.
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kris
9 years ago
You can in fact convert pixels to CM or to whatever measurement you want if you know the DPI and current resolution of the image.  This will of course give you the real life print size of the image and not the actual on screen size of the image. 

This function seems to have been created for such a purpose.  It is for this reason the creator of the function passes the DPI and resolution to his function.
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