SPARQL Typographical and Syntax Conventions
The following table describes the conventions used in describing the syntax of various SPARQL commands, clauses, and other statement options.
|CAPS||Although SPARQL is case-insensitive, SPARQL keywords in this section are written in uppercase for readability.|
|Italics||Terms in italics are placeholder values that you replace in the query.|
|[ element ]||Indicates an optional clause.|
||||Means OR. Indicates that you can use one or more of the specified options.|
|^||Means exclusive OR (XOR). Indicates that you can only choose one of the specified options.|
Representation of subject or predicate values based on an IRI or URI specification. AnzoGraph places no special restrictions on URIs, only that you place the text between < > characters, for example, <sales>.
Specifies a relationship property in a triple store, with the triple wrapped between the double angle bracket characters, << triple >>, with the property URI and property value specified at the end of the triple, that is:
<< <subject> <predicate> <object> >> <property_URI> <property_value>