- AUTHOR - Hilmar Lapp, Ewan Birney
Bio::DB::Persistent::PrimarySeq - Proxy object for database PrimarySeq representations
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This is a proxy object which will ferry calls to/from database for the heavy stuff (sequence data) while it stores the simple attributes in memory. This object is obtained from a DBAdaptor.
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Email hlapp at gmx.net Based in idea largely on Bio::DB::PrimarySeq by Ewan Birney.
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The rest of the documentation details each of the object methods. Internal methods are usually preceded with a _
Title : seq Usage : Function: Overridden from Bio::PrimarySeq::seq to allow for lazy loading. Example : Returns : Args :
Title : subseq Usage : Function: Overridden from Bio::PrimarySeq::subseq to allow for intelligent database queries or delegation to the sequence object. Example : Returns : Args :
Title : seq_has_changed Usage : $obj->seq_has_changed($newval) Function: Example : Returns : TRUE or FALSE Args : new value (TRUE or FALSE, optional)
Title : _seq_is_fetched Usage : $obj->_seq_is_fetched($newval) Function: Example : Returns : TRUE or FALSE Args : new value (TRUE or FALSE, optional)