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Genome Code is a language developed by Digerati. The commands are only: A, T, C, and G.
- TATA: Tells the "cell" to turn the trait on.
- ATAT: Tells the "cell" to turn the trait off.
- ATG: Tells the "cell" to create a protein.
- ATC: Tells the "cell" what "amino acids" to access to build a protein.
- TGA: Tells the "cell" to stop creating a protein.
Syntaxing Amino Acids is not very hard once you know how.
- Write the Base (O or NH).
- Write any elements (This'll consists of C, H, N, O, P, or Ph)
- Write any subelements (This'll consist of C, H, N, or O)
- O= Character variable
- NH= Interger Variable
- C= Equal to
- H= Greater than
- N= Less than
- O= Unequal to
- P= Equal to or Greater than
- Ph= Equal to or less than
- C= EXACTLY (case sensitive and "1" isn't "01")
- H= Any interger greater than
- N= Any interger less than
- O= Inexact (case insensitive and "1" is "01")
NH-C-C a & 1 means: a is an integer variable that is EXACTLY equal to 1