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       e-mem  -  finds  position  and  length  of all Maximal Exact Matches (MEMs) for very large


       e-mem [options]  <reference-file>  <query-file>


       e-mem finds and outputs the position and  length  of  all  maximal  exact  matches  (MEMs)
       between <query-file> and <reference-file>


       -n     match only the characters a, c, g, or t they can be in upper or in lower case

       -l     set the minimum length of a match. The default length is 50

       -b     compute forward and reverse complement matches

       -r     only compute reverse complement matches

       -c     report  the  query-position  of a reverse complement match relative to the original
              query sequence

       -F     force 4 column output format regardless of the number of reference sequence input

       -L     show the length of the query sequences on the header line

       -d     set the split size. The default value is 1

       -t     number of threads. The default is 1 thread

       -h     show possible options


       This manpage was written by Andreas Tille for the Debian distribution and can be used  for
       any other usage of the program.