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Bio::Search::DatabaseI - Interface for a database used in a sequence search
Bio::Search::DatabaseI objects should not be instantiated since this module defines a pure interface. Given an object that implements the Bio::Search::DatabaseI interface, you can do the following things with it: $name = $db->name(); $date = $db->date(); $num_letters = $db->letters(); $num_entries = $db->entries();
This module defines methods for an object that provides metadata information about a database used for sequence searching.
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The rest of the documentation details each of the object methods. name Usage : $name = $db->name(); Purpose : Get the name of the database searched. Returns : String Argument : n/a date Usage : $date = $db->date(); Purpose : Get the creation date of the queried database. Returns : String Argument : n/a letters Usage : $num_letters = $db->letters(); Purpose : Get the number of letters in the queried database. Returns : Integer Argument : n/a entries Usage : $num_entries = $db->entries(); Purpose : Get the number of entries in the queried database. Returns : Integer Argument : n/a