3 letters code vs 1-letter code

Peter Rice rice at embl-heidelberg.de
Fri Mar 25 02:31:16 EST 1994

In article <hegyi.764450032 at hubi.abc.hu>, hegyi at hubi.abc.hu (Hedvig Hegyi)
> It is an extremely simple question, too: could anyone tell me how
> can I convert a 3-letter-coded protein sequence into a 1-letter-coded one?
> I went through the User's Guide of GCG but didn't find any clue. Is it
> possible that there isn't such a simple program included in GCG?
> Of course any other available program would do for me.

One of the first EGCG programs was intended for this kind of thing.

Then we discovered:

 $ reformat /threeintoone


 $ reformat /oneintothree

(on Unix, use "-" instead of "/")

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