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Libdef: Definition of the Delila Language

Delila ( DEoxyribonucleic acid LIbrary LAnguage) is a language for extracting sets of sequence fragments from a database. This is the formal definition I work with to define the language and data structure. There is now an example library and extensive instruction testing. The files are:

If you run the Test Script you should get results (as PostScript) corresponding to:

See also:
Philosophy and Definition for a Universal Genetic Sequence Database

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origin: 1999 May 23
updated: 2003 May 26
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