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How to execute Unix/shell commands in a Perl script?

BioPerl is a collection of Perl modules which is used to write Perl scripts applied in bioinformatics [1]. It is used in bioinformatics programmings such as in developing source codes, standalone software/tools, and algorithms. It’s easy to install and provide various modules which make it easier to execute different functions. However, Python is mostly preferred over the Perl language, still, some of the bioinformatics software is based on Perl such as the standalone version of I-TASSER. Sometimes, it’s big trouble to execute some Unix/shell commands in Perl script for the beginners, it’s difficult to decide which function would be specific to a condition. Therefore, this article is a guide for the execution of Unix/shell commands in Perl script. Continue reading “How to execute Unix/shell commands in a Perl script?” »

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