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Re: my best attempt for Orf subsequences

by gone2015 (Deacon)
on Dec 04, 2008 at 09:58 UTC ( #727920=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to my best attempt for Orf subsequences
in thread Orf subsequences

OK, so you've got 65 lines of code.

You seem like a bright chap. Please do go read: How do I post a question effectively? and Markup in the Monastery, and come back with a question that a programmer can understand. Look at it this way, just as Perl is a semi-foreign language to you, DNA sequences are a semi-foreign language to most Perl programmers.

Also, you don't have to start a new thread each time. You can "comment on" or "reply to" existing postings, even your own.

For all I know there's an interesting combinatorial problem in the middle of all this... but you have to present it in a way that identifies that. FWIW: one thing that programmers are good at is rules. If you can describe the rules that govern what you want to do, in terms of sequences of letters (not biology terms of art), I'm sure progress can be made.

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Re^2: my best attempt for Orf subsequences
by lima1 (Curate) on Dec 04, 2008 at 20:38 UTC
    For all I know there's an interesting combinatorial problem in the middle of all this... but you have to present it in a way that identifies that.

    No, actually it's not an interesting problem. It's probably homework 1 of a "Perl for DNA sequence analysis" lecture.

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