CONTIG

The CONTIG line is used for only CON data.

The CONTIG line is used to describe the order of cited sequences and gaps with a format similar to Description of Location for features.

example
CONTIG      join(BZZZ01123456.1:1..1345,gap(1500),BZZZ01123457.1:1..1456,
            gap(unk100),complement(BZZZ01123458.1:1..1230))
join([location1],[location2], ... [location3])
-- the indicated elements should be joined (placed end-to-end) to form one contiguous sequence
BZZZ01123456.1:1..1345
-- the sequence cited from 1st to 1345th nucleotides of WGS entry, BZZZ0112346.
gap(1500)
-- estimated length gap, replaced by 1500 "n"s
BZZZ01123457.1:1..1456
-- the sequence cited from 1st to 1456th nucleotides of WGS entry, BZZZ0112347.
gap(unk100)
-- unknown length gap, replaced by 100 "n"s
complement(BZZZ01123458.1:1..1230)
-- complementary strand of the sequence cited from 1st to 1230th nucleotides of WGS entry, BZZZ0112348.
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