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Today, the folowing question was posed in The Chatterbox:

jnarayan81 How to remove the overlaps
jnarayan81 MIRA1_99529_len:1208?249?282?33 MIRA1_99529_len:1208?250?285?35 MIRA1_99529_len:1208?251?284?33

One of the responses was this:

ambrus is that another of those DNA sequence thingies?

Another response was this.

choroba I'm still #23 at Rosalind, but I don't understand most of the bioinformatic questions here

I have studied bioinformatics, so I did the following Google search.

perl mira overlap

The first search result is interesting.

Range overlap (with a lot of ranges)

I did another Google search:

bioinformatics MIRA

This was an interesting dead–end.

I modified my first Google search:

perl mira overlap remove

The first result took me to algorithm - Loop through two arrays deleting overlaps in perl - Stack Overflow.

I see two solutions to the problem there.

In reply to How to remove the overlaps (MIRA - Bioinformatics) by Cow1337killr

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