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Hi David,

I don't know the answer but... it sounds like NCBI's BLAST to me, which compares nucleotide or protein sequences. NCBI's FTP site provides local BLAST binaries, and bioperl offers some convenient tools to implement it.

Regards,

Jing
On 24 Sep 2013, at 07:01, David Christensen wrote:
On 09/23/13 15:29, Rob Dixon wrote:
My immediate thought is that the only hash function that can work like
this is the identity function (or any one-one mapping) because, by
extension, the hash of a string must be equal to f(the hash of each of
its characters).
Not that I can prove this at present, of course!
Could you explain the problem you're trying to solve?
Writing scripts that look for duplicate, similar, and/or missing files.


David

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