GCG sequence file editing

cherry at OPAL.MGH.HARVARD.EDU cherry at OPAL.MGH.HARVARD.EDU
Sat Mar 6 10:12:44 EST 1993


In article <zsha.731044065 at sanger.bb.iastate.edu>, zsha at iastate.edu (Zhengyu Sha) writes:
>In <01GVAQ39MSCK000IMQ at uncvx1.oit.unc.edu> BETTS at UNCVX1.BITNET writes:
>>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
>
>Download the file onto your IBM or Mac, use the Microsoft Word to do the job.

Just use the GCG command ONECASE. This will change all the alphabetic
characters in a file, it doesn't have to be a sequence file, into
lower or upper case. Another option available for ONECASE is for it to
capitalize every word.

Mike




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