[Biococoa-dev] more ramblings

Alexander Griekspoor mek at mekentosj.com
Fri Dec 3 21:03:31 EST 2004

>>> No, it doesn't. That's why I made it such that if you pass it to a 
>>> protein, the result will just be an empty sequence. This is actually 
>>> a good example of  what I mean by putting the convenience methods 
>>> only in BCSequence.
>> I know, but again at some point it doesn't make any sense anymore, 
>> than we can just as well get rid of the subclasses if that's where 
>> you are pointing at (again ;-).
> No, it's actually fine with me to put them in the DNA/RNA subclasses 
> only. I guess I got carried away by my cleanup mode.  What I actually 
> wanted to do is to replace the current complement methods with the 
> convenience method.
That's settled then, the convenience method replacement is perfectly 

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