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IRC log for #bioperl, 2017-09-20

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15:23 scottcain Hi BioPerlers!  It’s been a while, both since I’ve said anything here and since I’ve really written anything with bioperl.  I’m trying to write a simple script to take a fasta file and filter it for only the IDs I want.  It seems pretty easy, and I’ve written this: https://gist.github.com/scottcain/ac33bd47bc338047b89e729caa1fd48b
15:24 scottcain but nothing gets printed out to out.fasta.  What incredibly obvious thing am I missing?  Thanks!
15:25 scottcain The commented out print statement showed me that in fact Bio:DB::Fasta was doing it’s job correctly and there is stuff in the $seq object.
15:32 scottcain Alright—consider this a quiz then.  As is frequently the case, when asking in public for help, two minutes later the answer jumps out at you (“>out.fasta”).  Duh!
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