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       Bio::DB::HTS::Kseq - Bindings to Kseq


       Bindings to the Kseq library for iterating through a locally held FASTA/FASTQ file very
       quickly. Supports compressed and uncompressed files alongside filehandles.


         my $kseq = Bio::DB::HTS::Kseq->new('path/to/file');
         my $iter = $kseq->iterator();
         while(my $r = $iter->next_seq()) {
           say $r->name;
           say $r->desc;
           say $r->seq;
           say $r->qual;

         # Allowing the object to go out of scope will close down all file handles

                 my $kseq = Bio::DB::HTS::Kseq->new('path/to/file');

               Returns an instance of this object from a file path.

                 open my $fh, '<', 'path' or die "Cannot open path: $!";
                 binmode $fh;
                 my $kseq = Bio::DB::HTS::Kseq->newfh($fh);

               Returns an instance of this object from an opened file handle. This supports any
               known Perl glob/filehandle type

                 my $iter = $kseq->iterator();

               Returns the kseq iterator object