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RE: [PBML] problem in code

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  • Charles K. Clarkson
    ... Alrighty, that answers part of my question. Assuming some lines have wrapped, we now know what the file might look like. Now take a line that matches what
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 4, 2005
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      rohitgole2003 <> wrote:
      : this is the sample of file:
      :
      : like that i have lots of file with in the single file

      Alrighty, that answers part of my question. Assuming some lines
      have wrapped, we now know what the file might look like. Now take a
      line that matches what you are looking for and tells us what you
      expect to get when done.

      I think this is the only one you are trying to match. What do
      you want to get out of this line (or any other line you are trying
      to match)?

      : CDS 8..1438



      HTH,

      Charles K. Clarkson
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      Mobile Homes Specialist
      254 968-8328


      P.S. The subject to your reply post should be
      "RE: [PBML] problem in code" or
      "RE: problem in code". It should not restart the thread.
    • rohit gole
      i have solved my problem actually there is problem with the genebank file actually after finish one genbank file ,the file ends with the sign // And so
      Message 2 of 5 , Jul 4, 2005
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        i have solved my problem
        actually there is problem with the genebank file

        actually after finish one genbank file ,the file ends with the sign "//"
        And so somewhere it is missing and that is why my program was not able to read that and that is why i got the wrong total cds start position

        thanx

        rohit singh
        Biological science and Bio-engineering
        IIT Kanpur



        "Charles K. Clarkson" <cclarkson@...> wrote:
        rohitgole2003 <> wrote:
        : this is the sample of file:
        :
        : like that i have lots of file with in the single file

        Alrighty, that answers part of my question. Assuming some lines
        have wrapped, we now know what the file might look like. Now take a
        line that matches what you are looking for and tells us what you
        expect to get when done.

        I think this is the only one you are trying to match. What do
        you want to get out of this line (or any other line you are trying
        to match)?

        : CDS 8..1438



        HTH,

        Charles K. Clarkson
        --
        Mobile Homes Specialist
        254 968-8328


        P.S. The subject to your reply post should be
        "RE: [PBML] problem in code" or
        "RE: problem in code". It should not restart the thread.




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