How do I specify a RangeLocation?

In BioJava a RangeLocation is an object that holds the minimum and maximum bounds of a region on a SymbolList or Sequence. The minimum and maximum are inclusive.

The following example demonstrates the use of a RangeLocation.

Note that, as of BioJava 1.8, you may want to consider using RichLocation from the BioJavax extension.

```java import*; import*;

public class SpecifyRange {

 public static void main(String[] args) {
   try {
     //make a RangeLocation specifying the residues 3-8
     Location loc = LocationTools.makeLocation(3,8);
     //print the location
     System.out.println("Location: "+loc.toString());

     //make a SymbolList
     SymbolList sl = RNATools.createRNA("gcagcuaggcggaaggagc");
     System.out.println("SymbolList: "+sl.seqString());

     //get the SymbolList specified by the Location
     SymbolList sym = loc.symbols(sl);
     System.out.println("Symbols specified by Location: "+sym.seqString());
   catch (IllegalSymbolException ex) {
     //illegal symbol used to make sl

} ```