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Get Pdbstr

get_pdbstr is an API-only function which returns a pdb corresponding to the atoms in the selection provided and that are present in the indicated state

PYMOL API ONLY

cmd.get_pdbstr( string selection="all", int state=0 )

NOTES

  1. state is a 1-based state index for the object.
  2. if state is zero, then current state is used.

EXAMPLES

The following example lists the residues in the selection called, near.

import cmd # -- if required
select near, sel01 around 6
cmd.get_pdbstr("near")
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