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Detect Javascript in PDF

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Hi,

Is there an easy way to examine a PDF file and confirm whether there is Javascript embedded or not?

Thanks.
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Please explain.. i m getting what you are tiyng to say.
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I am not a Python expert but the solution got me going.
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