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Bio::Seq::SeqFastaSpeedFactory - Instantiates a new Bio::PrimarySeqI (or derived class) through a factory


    use Bio::Seq::SeqFastaSpeedFactory;
    my $factory = new Bio::Seq::SeqFastaSpeedFactory;
    my $seq = $factory->create(-seq => 'WYRAVLC',
                               -id  => 'name');

    # If you want the factory to create Bio::Seq objects instead
    # of the default Bio::PrimarySeq objects, use the -type parameter:

    my $factory = new Bio::Seq::SeqFastaSpeedFactory(-type => 'Bio::Seq');


This object will build Bio::Seq objects generically.


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The rest of the documentation details each of the object methods. Internal methods are usually preceded with a _


 Title   : new
 Usage   : my $obj = new Bio::Seq::SeqFastaSpeedFactory();
 Function: Builds a new Bio::Seq::SeqFastaSpeedFactory object 
 Returns : Bio::Seq::SeqFastaSpeedFactory
 Args    : -type => string, name of a PrimarySeqI derived class
                    This is optional. Default=Bio::PrimarySeq.


 Title   : create
 Usage   : my $seq = $seqbuilder->create(-seq => 'CAGT', -id => 'name');
 Function: Instantiates a new Bio::Seq object, correctly built but very
           fast, knowing stuff about Bio::PrimarySeq and Bio::Seq
 Returns : Bio::Seq

 Args    : initialization parameters specific to the type of sequence
           object we want.  Typically 
           -seq        => $str,
           -id         => $name