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scain wrote: As for your comment about highly skilled programmers, I suppose that may apply to non-bioinformatics-initiated programmers, but to anyone who has been doing it awhile will probably find the material covered to be a little too simple.

Hmmm. I seem to have initially made an over-broad statement. Your point about people who have been doing it for a while is well taken. Since my perling hasn't included much parsing, much of this seemed new ground for me. I will be very interested to see how my meager and limited efforts over the past few years can be improved by seeing how others do it.

Just because "There's more than on way to do it!" doesn't necessarily meant that my way is just as good. If fact, I rather suspect that at the end of the parsing tutorial next Monday, I will have VERY useful things to think about.

What are you involved in? I am the DBA for the Maize Genome Database, and the majority of my perl use is in dba tasks and cgi scripts for data presentation.

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