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Empty local name issue in N3

From: <boris.devloed@agfa.com>
Date: Fri, 4 Jun 2010 10:45:29 +0200
To: public-cwm-talk@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF5704148C.88892635-ONC1257738.00301BFD-C1257738.00301C09@agfa.com>

Dear all,

According to the N3 grammar, the local names should at least contain one


        cfg:canStartWith     "a", "_", ":".  # @@ etc unicode


 - This is in contrast to Turtle, which should be a subset of N3.

 - Empty local names are commonly used, for example the object of

 - CWM and SPARQL do accept empty local names.

Proposal: Allow empty local names in N3

The use of empty local names was mentioned before by Luc Peuvrier on 7 Mar
2009 on this mailing list.
This mail was sent before but appeared to be 'unreadable'.

Kind Regards,

Boris De Vloed | Agfa HealthCare
Junior Software Engineer | HE/Advanced Clinical Applications Research

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