First off I am very new to python but not to scripting I have done a lot of bash scripting.
I need to create a python script for work that will combine multiple pdf files into one pdf file and archive both the combined file and the original pdf files.
So we receive zip files from a client (the file name will either begin with a number #########.zip or MU3-#######-#.zip) and I need to unzip the zip file and use the file name as the name of the combined file.
when I unzip this file I have the following pdf files.:
I need to combine all of these pdf file into a new file called MU3-6493489-1_combined.pdf
I did find a script online that has the basic stuff but it will not work for my needs.
This is not my coding and I am not attached to it in anyway. I know I will have to make a lot of changes to get that to work.
If anyone has any thoughts on how to do this I would be forever thankful and so would my work.
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on a side note: this can be in either perl or python. I just thought python would be better to learn.
well I can't get it to run but the main thing, also this script doesn't unzip the zipped file and I need it to use the file name of the zip file as a prefix to the combined file name. Our system uses the file name in order to match to our system.
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