My code,



{\def\Size{0}} The file size is \Size~Byte\\

The file size is \jobsize~(\the\numexpr(\jobsize+512)/1024\relax~kB)\\


Mouse Right Click File Size >>> 14,3 kB (14.342 bytes)

Generated Log File Written >>> Output written on 2.pdf (1 page, 14342 bytes).

PDF file Written >>> The file size is 14433 (15 kB)

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Very interesting result.

Why is not the same? I didn't find duplicate another question. Does anyone know how to fix it?

Related to: Include the file size of the generated pdf

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  • I ran your code on my system. The file size printed on the pdf file changes when I do it again and again... what's the reason? – Enthusiastic Engineer Oct 23 '14 at 10:06
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    @EnthusiasticStudent: Because the current file size is used to calculate something, the result is shipped out and this changes again the file size, it's a vicious circle, but after some runs, it should stabilize, since the number of digits remains fixed then. – user31729 Oct 23 '14 at 10:15
  • @Özgür: After three or four runs (without changing the document additionally), all three numbers are equal. – user31729 Oct 23 '14 at 10:19
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    @ChristianHupfer so long as the time doesn't change sufficiently that compression is altered by a byte or two – David Carlisle Oct 23 '14 at 10:20
  • @DavidCarlisle: I know that there is compression involved, but I noticed, that the numbers differ only in three runs in the range of about 30 byte, afterwards they are stable – user31729 Oct 23 '14 at 10:21

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