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to get specific lines from the subject file which maps the query ids. Written by Guanliang MENG

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extract_specific_lines

1 Introduction

extract_specific_lines is a tool to extract specific lines which maps the query ids (of the query file) from the subject file.

2 Installation

pip install extract_specific_lines

There will be a command extract_specific_lines created under the same directory as your pip command.

3 Usage

usage: extract_specific_lines.py [-h] [-q <str> [<str> ...]] [-f <query file>]
                                 [-s [<subject file>]] [-s1 <pattern>]
                                 [-s2 <pattern>] [-d1 [<int>]] [-d2 [<int>]]
                                 [-o [<outfile>]] [-v] [-V] [--version]

to extract specific lines from the subject file which maps the query ids.
written by Guanliang MENG

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -q <str> [<str> ...]  query list
  -f <query file>       query list file
  -s [<subject file>]   subject file [stdin]
  -s1 <pattern>         query file sep_pattern [\s+]
  -s2 <pattern>         subject file sep_pattern [\s+]
  -d1 [<int>]           which field in the query_file is to used? [0]
  -d2 [<int>]           which field in the subject_file is to used? [0]
  -o [<outfile>]        outfile [stdout]
  -v                    invert the output [False]
  -V                    verbose output
  --version             show program's version number and exit

Author

Guanliang MENG

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Currently I have no plan to publish extract_specific_lines.

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