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Re^6: Urgent help required. Need a code to translate a given nucleotide sequence into proteins using codon table.by tmharish (Friar)
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I agree with you on everything except:
I believe we are stumbling over a cultural issue here.
If by culture you mean "Culture of learning" then I agree, but, as seems to be the case from your post, if you are talking about western vs eastern(?) culture then I am not sure that is the case.
I am in/from Bangalore, India and the fact that the OP has, as pointed out by you, repeatedly ignored suggestions to do something as trivial as use strict; after extended requests and an explanation on why -w is not the same as strict, is an annoyance to me.
dasgar has gone so far as to rewrite the code in a readable format ( which was then updated in the OP ? ), people on both Stack overflow and PM have talked about how it should be return 'D'; and not return D;, Multiple people have provided formatting tips and all there has been in response is: please could you stop arguing and help me with the full program? please?
I am not a Westerner and I share your views:
So I'm recommending you try some of the hints that were made and let us know how they worked; if 'use strict' tells you that there are things to fix, try fixing them before coming back - and be ready to post in detail the things you tried when trying to fix problems. If we know you're trying to fix it, we're much more likely to pitch in and help you fix things.