fs5 at sanger.ac.uk
Thu Jul 28 08:34:35 UTC 2011
and the answer is: yes, it is possible. What you need is a book such as
"Beginning Perl for Bioinformatics" (O'Reilly). Have a go at a script
and if it doesn't work, post it in a forum along with yuor specific
questions to get help. However, if you want a non-BioPerl solution, the
BioPerl mailing list might not be the best place for it (try Perlmonks
On Wed, 2011-07-27 at 12:08 +0100, Adam Witney wrote:
> [again, please keep the list cc'd]
> Yes it should be very easy.... the sequence files are just text... however this looks like a homework exercise, so you should try doing it yourself first and then asking for help when your script does not quite work.
> This really is a basic perl task so give it a go.... people on the list will not write it for you.
> On 27 Jul 2011, at 12:00, Akash wrote:
> > Sir,
> > The thing which you told me really works, but now my professor wants the script in Perl not using Bio-Perl. So is it possible to do this programming in perl?
> > Thanking You
> > With Regards
> > Akash
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