Moves a base in a sequence either left or right one character. Does
not work on the consensus sequence. Only pads can be moved unless the
appropriate superedit mode is enabled.
Adjusts the current left or right cutoff for a sequence. The
extend_ commands move the cutoff by a single base and require
the editing cursor to be at the appropriate end of the used data. The
zap_ commands set the appropriate end of the used data to be
the current cursor position.
Delete comes in two modes. Both delete the base to the left of the
delete_key then moves the sequence to the right
and the editing cursor left by one base to fill the removed base.
delete_left_key moves the sequence to the left of the editing
cursor right by one base, and hence changes the sequence start
position too. Typically the DEL key is bound to
delete_key and CTRL-DEL is bound to
Other general key presses. Typically any other key press is bound to
this call, which then handles the actual editing or replacing of
bases. The key character should be passed over as an argument.
Sets the confidence value of a base to value. In the current
implementation only values of 0 and 100 are allowed.
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Last generated on 1 March 2001.