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Re: Genbank file parsing

by TedPride (Priest)
on Jan 12, 2005 at 00:54 UTC ( #421471=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Genbank file parsing

There's no need to use regex for most of that, since you aren't searching case insensitive anyway.

use strict; use warnings; my ($features, $count, @seq); while (<DATA>) { if (index($_, 'FEATURES') != -1) { ($features) = m/\s(\S+)/; } elsif (index($_, 'COUNT') != -1) { ($count) = m/\s(\d+)/; } elsif (index($_, 'ORIGIN') != -1) { push @seq, $_ until index($_ = <DATA>, '//') != -1; } } print "$features\n$count\n",@seq; __DATA__ # extract of file: #=============== FEATURES Location/Qualifiers /note="blah blah" COUNT 200 ORIGIN 1 lots of nice info 61 lots of nice info 121 lots of nice info //

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