Delila Program: count

count program

Documentation for the count program is below, with links to related programs in the "see also" section.

{   version = 3.10; (* of count.p 2017 Jul 13}

(* begin module describe.count *)
(*
name
      count: count the amount of sequence in a Delila system book

synopsis
      count(book: in, list: out, output: out);

files
      book: any book from the delila system

      list: list of the book contents.  Each line:
          key name of each piece (keynam)
          full name of each piece (fulnam, if it exists)
          the number of bases in each piece

          At the end preceeded by '*':
          the total length of sequence in the book
          the total number of bases

      output: messages to the user:
         count [version number]
         sequences
         bases

description

      Count is a tiny tool, much like a tooth pick, that is handy to have
      around.  The count is based on the coordinate system of each piece,
      not on the actual number of bases.

documentation

see also

      program that checks piece coordinate systems: catal.p

author

      Thomas D. Schneider

bugs

technical notes

      If the number of bases does not match the coordinate system,
      then no warning is given to the user.  If you want to check
      this, use the catal program.

*)
(* end module describe.count *)
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