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Re: cleaving a sequence with specific alphabets

by prasadbabu (Prior)
on May 21, 2008 at 11:16 UTC ( #687747=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to cleaving a sequence with specific alphabets

If I understood your question clearly, here is my solution. You can use negative look behind regex and split function to accomplsh it. TIMTOWTDI.

$string = 'APADPKGSTIDRPDAARTLTVHKCEQTDTRGVKEGTRNEDPQAECKPVSDVEFTITKLN +VD'; @arr = split /(?<!P)(K|R)/, $string; print @arr; output: ------- APADPKGSTIDRPDAARTLTVHKCEQTDTRGVKEGTRNEDPQAECKPVSDVEFTITKLNVD

Take a look at perlre and split function.

Prasad


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