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sem.triple

sem.triple(
   $subject_or_node as String,
   [$predicate as xs.anyAtomicType],
   [$object as xs.anyAtomicType],
   [$graph as sem.iri?]
) as sem.triple

Summary

Creates a triple object, which represents an RDF triple containing atomic values representing the subject, predicate, object, and optionally graph identifier (graph IRI).

This function is a built-in.

Parameters
$subject_or_node The triple's subject as an atomic value, or the whole triple as a JavaScript object. If specifying a node as a triple, this function must be used as a single-parameter version (that is, you cannot specify a triple in this parameter and also use the other parameters).
$predicate The triple's predicate.
$object The triple's object.
$graph The triple's graph IRI. This parameter is only available if you have specified a subject, predicate, and object, and is not available if you have specified an element as a triple in the first parameter.

Usage Notes

It is possible to create triples with sem.triple that might not be valid RDF triples. For example, you can create a triple with a number as a predicate, even though that is not allowed in RDF. This is because the triples you can create with sem:triple are more general than what is allowed in RDF.

Example


sem.triple(sem.iri("subject"), sem.iri("predicate"), "object")

(: Returns the specified triple. :)

Example


sem.triple(
  {
    "triple" : {
      "subject" : "subject",
      "predicate" : "predicate",
      "object" : {
        "value" : "object",
        "datatype" : "http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#string"
      }
    }
  }
)

(: Returns the specified triple. :)

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