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Chapter 3. Syntax > File Specifications

3.10. File Specifications

A PDF file can refer to the contents of another file by using a file specification (PDF 1.1), which can take either of two forms:

  • A simple file specification gives just the name of the target file in a standard format, independent of the naming conventions of any particular file system. It can take the form of either a string or a dictionary

  • A full file specification includes information related to one or more specific file systems. It can only be represented as a dictionary.


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