Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #bioperl, 2014-01-27

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11:03 kblin morning folks
11:05 kblin I'm trying to remember what GenBank comments looked like, but I don't seem to have any example file at hand
11:06 kblin ah, IRC magic
11:07 kblin just "COMMENT     Text here"
11:08 kblin awesome how you find stuff always the moment _after_ you ask on IRC :)
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15:40 carandraug on measuring distances in DNA sequences, how you guys say that a sequence such as ATC, C is 1or 0bp away from T? I would say that it's 1 but I can see how zero can also be valid
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18:14 jhannah carandraug: I'd say 1. 0 doesn't make any sense to me
18:14 jhannah distance 0 is wherever you are. distance 1 is the nuc next door
18:49 carandraug jhannah, yeah! I think the same. The number zero makes sense when one sees distance between two points as the length of the "gap" between them. If the gap is zero, mean sit's right after
19:01 jhannah ++
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