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Re: use PDF; woes

by Khen1950fx (Canon)
on Nov 29, 2013 at 23:17 UTC ( #1065005=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to use PDF; woes

I ran it like this:
#!/usr/bin/perl -l use strict; use warnings; use PDF; my $file = '/root/abitl.pdf'; my $pdf = PDF->new; $pdf->TargetFile($file); $pdf->LoadPageInfo; if ( $pdf->IscryptPDF ) { print "File is password-protected"; } else { print "File is not password-protected"; }
Note: You did use the IscryptPDF method correctly. The documentation for PDF incorrectly lists it as IscryptedPDF.

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[erix]: lazyness-driven inventio :)
[erix]: "the dog ate my homework"
[Eily]: looks more like "all my plates are broken and I don't understand why. Also I can't retrieve the broken parts because the elephant in the room is on the way"
[ambrus]: Eily: also webpages aren't displayed on my monitor no matter what I click with the mouse, and there's a blackout right now, could that be a problem?
[robby_dobby]: ambrus: Yes
[hippo]: erix++: "the browser ate my code"
[robby_dobby]: Eily: Now, people are trying to be inventive with crowdsourcing their work, eh? Sure, call on the admins to k-line these sockpuppet accounts!
[robby_dobby]: hippo: I like how you equated your browser to a dog....

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