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Re: NON Common Elements between two columns

by Cristoforo (Curate)
on Jul 17, 2012 at 22:59 UTC ( #982347=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to NON Common Elements between two columns

aitap's solution works fine, but I did a version using only 1 hash (and 1 array).
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; my (@genes, %tested); while (<>) { s/^>//; my ($col1, $col2) = split; push @genes, $col1; $tested{$col2}++; } { local $\ = "\n"; for (@genes) { print if not $tested{$_}; } }
When reading from the empty, <>, brackets, a file to read from has to be typed at the command line. For this program, I had the contents in file o33.txt.
C:\Old_Data\perlp>type o33.txt >chr9:133738100-133738472_0 chr20:62159728-62161126_840 >chr9:133738100-133738472_60 chr2:215589720-215676478_59220 >chr9:133738100-133738472_120 chr2:215589720-215676478_59160 >chr9:133738100-133738472_180 chr15:99500240-99507809_0 >chr9:133738100-133738472_240 chr2:215589720-215676478_59100 >chr9:133738100-133738472_253 chr1:162745876-162746210_215 >chr9:133747466-133747650_0 chr5:108523084-108532592_960 >chr9:133747466-133747650_60 chr20:62159728-62161126_900 >chr9:133747466-133747650_65
Then, my command line was the name of the program, followed by the name of the file to read from, o33.txt.
perl o33.txt

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