[Bioperl-l] Errors with Bio::Seq objects

De-Jian Zhao dejian.zhao at gmail.com
Thu Jul 12 01:14:33 EDT 2012


Thank you, Jim. You are right. It works. This example deepens my 
understanding of OOP.

On 2012-7-12 2:01, Jim Hu wrote:
>> $ perl -e ' use Bio::SeqIO; my $seqio=Bio::SeqIO->new(-file=>shift); print $seqio->next_seq()->translate(); ' nt.gb
>> >  Bio::Seq::RichSeq=HASH(0x20a3e7b0)
> ->translate returns a new Seq object.  I think
>
> $ perl -e ' use Bio::SeqIO; my $seqio=Bio::SeqIO->new(-file=>shift); print $seqio->next_seq()->translate()->seq(); ' nt.gb
>
> should work (haven't tried it).



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