Re: true/false in RDF?

I am not too familar with N3 notation about datatype, therefore I provide my example in RDF/XML

<rdf:Description rdf:about="http://foobar/page.html" xmlns:myterms="urn:myterms">
  <myterms:isCached rdf:datatype="">true</myterms:isCached>

We have typed literal already. Why do you still consider object value?

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Joshua Allen 
  Sent: Monday, March 14, 2005 12:16 PM
  Subject: true/false in RDF?

  I've decided that I want to use URI object values for my Boolean triples, rather than the literals "true/false".  In other words, instead of:

  http://foobar/page.html  urn:myterms:isCached   "true"

  I want to use:

  http://foobar/page.html  urn:myterms:isCached

  I can find zero examples of the latter; only the former.  But I think the latter is right.  Why am I wrong?

Received on Monday, 14 March 2005 09:38:22 UTC