Bio::Search::Result CrossMatchResult
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Bio::Search::Result::CrossMatchResult - CrossMatch-specific subclass of Bio::Search::Result::GenericResult
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Synopsis
    # Working with iterations (CrossMatch results)
$result->next_iteration(); $result->num_iterations(); $result->iteration(); $result->iterations();
# See Bio::Search::Result::GenericResult for information about working with Results.
# See Bio::Search::Iteration::IterationI
# for details about working with iterations.
# TODO:
# * Show how to configure a SearchIO stream so that it generates
# CrossMatchResult objects.
Description
This object is a subclass of Bio::Search::Result::GenericResult
and provides some operations that facilitate working with CrossMatch
and CrossMatch results.
For general information about working with Results, see
Bio::Search::Result::GenericResult.
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