IGEM:Harvard/2006/Container Design 4/Python Code/Print Oligo Grid

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# generate and print the oligo grid

# Initialize the grid with all periods
num_strands = len(TPP_ra)
num_subzones = len(TPP_ra[0])

sub_token_visit_ra = ['.' for subzone_num in range(num_subzones)]
grid_ra = [sub_token_visit_ra[:] for strand_num in range(num_strands)]
oligo_num = 0
for oligo in OTP_ra:
        grid_ra = generate_oligo_path(oligo, oligo_num, grid_ra)
        oligo_num = oligo_num + 1
print grid_ra
print_all_oligos(grid_ra, num_strands, num_subzones)

add this part to honeycomb_pointers_v1.py

# The idea here is to have a function that adds the numbers of one oligo path
# to the appropriate places in the big grid array. Eventually this will be printed
# in main. Also it needs to be initialized in main. Oligo_path is the path of
# one oligo, while grid_ra is the grid that is constantly being updated until 
# it is printed in main. oligo_num is number that will be inputed to the grid_ra.
def generate_oligo_path(oligo_path, oligo_num, grid_ra):
        num_path_tokens = len(oligo_path)
# Assign visits
        for path_token_num in range(num_path_tokens):
                token = oligo_path[path_token_num]
                strand = token[0]
                subzone = token[1]
                grid_ra[strand][subzone] = oligo_num
        return grid_ra

def print_all_oligos(grid_ra, num_strands, num_subzones):
        spacer = '   '
        for strand_num in range(num_strands):
                for subzone_num in range(num_subzones):
                        visitor_string = str(grid_ra[strand_num][subzone_num])   
                        sys.stdout.write(spacer[:4 - len(visitor_string)])