How to check if DynamoDB table exists

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I'm a new user in boto3 and i'm using DynamoDB.

I went through over the DynamoDB api and I couldn't find any method which tell me if a table is already exists.

What is the best approach dealing this issue?

Should I try to create a new table and wrap it using try catch ?
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