When I open a PDF file compiled from LaTeX with a text editor (e.g. Notepad++), the content of the file is a not human readable and it looks like below, so it seems to me that the information cannot be processed by potential crawlers.
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Is there a possibility to generate the PDF file so that when the PDF document displays an information like "Specific detail 1", I can also find this string "Specific detail 1" in the binary content of the file when I open it with a text editor?
This is useful for example when a PDF resume is created in LaTeX and it must be automatically parsed by various text analyzers.