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The Codex has an example of using get_shortcode_regex() to check if a shortcode is being called on a given page:

$pattern = get_shortcode_regex();
preg_match('/'.$pattern.'/s', $posts[0]->post_content, $matches);
if (is_array($matches) && $matches[2] == 'YOURSHORTCODE') {
    //shortcode is being used
}

This only detects the first shortcode in the post content, though. Is that a bug with get_shortcode_regex(), or can the preg_match() parameters be tweaks to make it return all shortcodes present on the page?

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From PHP docs (emphasis mine):

preg_match() returns the number of times pattern matches. That will be either 0 times (no match) or 1 time because preg_match() will stop searching after the first match. preg_match_all() on the contrary will continue until it reaches the end of subject.

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