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Following is the real code :

use strict; use Time::HiRes; my $start_time = [Time::HiRes::gettimeofday()]; my (@coordinates,%hash_chr,%HOA,%HOH,%hash_line) = (); open FILE,"GmGm.recent.gff"; while(my $line=<FILE>){ chomp $line; my %seen = (); if($line=~/^(Gm\d{1,})\trecent_duplication\tsyntenic_region\t(\d{1,})\ +t(\d{1,})\t.*\tID\=\w{1,}_Gm\d{1,}\.(Gm\d{1,}.*)\;median_Ks=(.*)\;mat +ches\=(Gm\d{1,}\:\d{1,}\.\.\d{1,})/) { my $chr1 = "$1:$2..$3"; my $ks_val = $5; my $chr2 = $6; if ((exists $hash_chr{$chr2})&&($ks_val > 0.4)){ next; } else{ $hash_chr{$chr1}=$chr2; } } } close FILE;

And this is how the file looks like

Gm01 recent_duplication syntenic_region 170877 269340 1 +79 - . ID=A_Gm01.Gm08.2.-;median_Ks=0.1101;matches=Gm08:4628 +8465..46349001 Gm08 recent_duplication syntenic_region 46288465 46349001 + 179 - . ID=B_Gm01.Gm08.2.-;median_Ks=0.1101;matches=Gm01: +170877..269340

In reply to Re^3: hash with both values and keys unique to each other by perlkhan77
in thread hash with both values and keys unique to each other by perlkhan77

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