[Bioperl-l] how-to-remove-redundant-lines-IT WORKED-TERRY
bioinfovijayaraj at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 29 22:32:30 EDT 2005
your so called [Incriminating / embarrassing perl
deleted] code worked GREAT for me...
i think this is bcause, all that your so called
RUBBISH, where exactly that I had...hahahaha...
i am really happy and was jumping out of joy, seeing
the code work wonderful....
thank you SO MUCH.....
infact i didnt try the other code you had
suggested...just bcause i got the results and verified
them to be correct.
THANKS TO HEIKKI... even though i studied stat..and
searched cpan for modules..this set concept didnt
strike me...what a stupid i was... THANKS you once
again Heikki for showing me the way...to set concept
and perl modules...
i would be more than happy to acknowledge you guys,
when i am gonna publish my paper...
department of biological sciences
the university of southern mississippi
--- Terry Jones <tcj25 at cam.ac.uk> wrote:
> Oops...... I wrote the following rubbish:
> | Are there any constraints on your data that might
> help solve this?
> | For example, do the numbers always have exactly
> one space between
> | them? Do the numbers always appear in ascending
> order? Is there ever
> | any trailing whitespace on a line (there was a
> space at the end of
> | your second line).
> | If the answers to the above are yes, yes, and no,
> then the following
> | works. If not, you'll need to do a little more to
> canonicalize each
> | line (e.g., strip spaces, sort the numbers, etc).
> | [Incriminating / embarrassing perl deleted]
> My code has at least two serious errors: 1) as
> Heikki points out, you
> can't output anything until you've read all the
> data, and 2) it will
> give spurious matches in input cases like this
> 23 45 67
> 3 45
> I hereby disown my earlier posting. You should
> follow Heikki's advice
> and use sets.
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