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Outfile
Hi guys!

So I have a program that allows the user to enter a file, change some characters (for example, a changes to t, etc.) and then save the new file under a new name. However, I need to press...
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STDout
Hi,

I have a program set to read in a text file, change certain characters and then print the altered version to the screen but does anyone know how to save the new version as another text file?...
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Inputting info
Hey guys!

So I'm working on a program in linux terminal, using perl, to convert dna alignments to amino acid. It involves reading in one sequence and outputting another. I have it set so I can...
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Randomising text files
Hey guys!

So I have, say, 1000 text files in a directory, and I have to make a text file using their contents, so it has to have the equivalent of 1000 text files in it, but it has to be done...
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Works brilliantly, thank you!
Works brilliantly, thank you!
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Just a unique number, 1-1000 or something like...
Just a unique number, 1-1000 or something like that.
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Genomes is pretty much a text file that contains...
Genomes is pretty much a text file that contains genes. There's an unknown number of genes in the text file, and they're all separated by ">" I want to separate all the genes so I have, say, 1000...
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Okay so the genome has a load of genes in it, all...
Okay so the genome has a load of genes in it, all just characters, and each new gene is represented by > Here's an example of three genes taken from a genome


>AFL2G_00003 | Aspergillus flavus...
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Splitting a file in a directory!
Hey guys!


So I have a directory with 82 genomes in it and I have to split them up, one by one, into genes. I tried using the split function, like

#!/usr/bin/perl

use strict;
use...
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