the easiest answer! Re: sequence case format

Steve Thompson: VADMS genetics THOMPSON at WSUVMS1.CSC.WSU.EDU
Tue Mar 2 11:05:10 EST 1993


Hello world -

Laurie asked last Friday:

>Is there a simple way to edit a sequence file written by SEQED so that all
>residues can be converted to CAPS if the current file is a mixture of lower
>and upper case?
>Thanks
>Laurie Betts
>betts at uncvx1.bitnet

I already replied directly to her last week.  However, so many of you seem to
be missing the boat on the EASIEST way to do what she is asking that I thought
I should also post the answer to the group.  There is no need to transfer the
file to any other platform; no need to write a script program; no need to use
anything other than the same GCG package that she created the sequence with.

Merely run the GCG utility REformat with its /UPPer option; that's all it
takes! (VMS conventions listed above, caps are minimum command required.)

						Good day all, Steve T

                              Steven M. Thompson
            Consultant in Molecular Genetics and Sequence Analysis
VADMS (Visualization, Analysis & Design in the Molecular Sciences) Laboratory
           Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164-1224, USA
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