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Re: How do you match a stretch of at least N characters

by Anonymous Monk
on Sep 11, 2017 at 17:52 UTC ( #1199143=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How do you match a stretch of at least N characters

Do not waste your own time. Search CPAN for Bio::DB ...
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Re^2: How do you match a stretch of at least N characters
by karlgoethebier (Monsignor) on Sep 11, 2017 at 21:04 UTC

    Thanks Dr Wisenheimer.

    «The Crux of the Biscuit is the Apostrophe»

    perl -MCrypt::CBC -E 'say Crypt::CBC->new(-key=>'kgb',-cipher=>"Blowfish")->decrypt_hex($ENV{KARL});'Help

      That phrasing may not have been overly helpful... but it's not a bad idea. The SO thread that poj mentioned in the similar Re: Longest common substring with N mismatches points out Bio::Grep::Backend::Agrep, whose synopsis reads to me like it probably does what the OP wants. The parent module Bio::Grep is what actually gets use'd, and lists some of the abilities of the various back-end modules, so the OP might want to check out that page as well for other pertinent information.

        "That phrasing may not have been overly helpful... but it's not a bad idea..."

        Yes sure. I was annoyed about the abysmal phrasing.

        Thanks and best regards, Karl

        «The Crux of the Biscuit is the Apostrophe»

        perl -MCrypt::CBC -E 'say Crypt::CBC->new(-key=>'kgb',-cipher=>"Blowfish")->decrypt_hex($ENV{KARL});'Help

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