How Do You Iterate on a Folder of Shapefiles Using Arcpy And Export?

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How do you iterate on a folder of shapefiles using arcpy and export mxd to PDF (arcpy, shapefile, PDF, mxd, iteration, GIS)?

Shapefile is a digital vector storage format for storing geometric location and associated attribute information. Shapefiles only support simple vector format only (points, lines, polygons), connected to the Dbase table. It will require at least three components (.shp, .sbx and .dbf) stored in the same folder to work but up to 16 different files can be added to make up the shapefile (E.g. .prj, .sbn, .sbx, .fbn, .fbx, .shp.xml, etc.) Limitations of using shapefile. Does not have the ability to store topological information and annotations Cannot exceed 2 GB (or 2^31 bytes) Maximum length of field names is 10 characters Floating point numbers may contain rounding errors since t are stored as text

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