- All Implemented Interfaces:
- Enclosing interface:
public static final class StrandedFeature.Strand extends Object implements SerializableClass to represent the 'strandedness' of a feature.
Strandedness may be re-used in other situations, but basically what it means is whether the feature has directionality, and if it does, does it travel from its location min to max, or max to min.
- Matthew Pocock
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- Serialized Form
All Methods Instance Methods Concrete Methods Modifier and Type Method Description
flip()Return a strand that represents flipping this onto the opposite strand.
getToken()Returns the token for strandedness.
getValue()Returns the integer label for strandedness.
public int getValue()Returns the integer label for strandedness. That is, "+1", "-1", or "0" for positive, negative, and unknown strands respectively.
public char getToken()Returns the token for strandedness. That is, "+","-","." for positive, negative and unknown strands respectively.