Attean::API::Binding(3) Name to term bindings


This document describes Attean::API::Binding version 0.017


The Attean::API::Binding role defines a common API for all objects that map names to Attean::API::Term objects. This includes triples, quads, and SPARQL results (variable bindings).


Classes consuming this role must provide the following methods:
"value( $name )"
Returns the Attean::API::Term object mapped to the variable named $name, or "undef" if no such term is mapped.
Returns a list of the variable names mapped to Attean::API::Term objects in this mapping.
"apply_map( $mapper )"
Returns a new mapping object (of the same class as the referent) with term objects rewritten using the supplied Attean::Mapper object $mapper.


This role provides default implementations of the following methods:
Returns a HASH mapping variable names to Attean::API::Term objects.
Returns a list of Attean::API::Term objects corresponding to the variable names returned by the referent's "variables" method.
Returns a string serialization of the Attean::API::Term objects in the order they are returned by the referent's "values" method.
Returns a string serialization of the variable bindings.
Returns true if any variable is bound to an Attean::API::Blank term, false otherwise.
Returns tue is all the bound values consume Attean::API::Term, false otherwise.
"values_consuming_role( $role )"
Returns the list of bound values that consume $role.
Returns the variables which are bound in this object.
"apply_bindings( $binding )"
Construct a new binding by replacing variables with their bound values from $binding.
"parse ( $string )"
Returns a triple or quad pattern object using the variables and/or terms parsed from $string in SPARQL syntax.
"project( @keys )"
Returns a new Attean::Result binding which contains variable-value mappings from the invocant for every variable name in @keys.


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Gregory Todd Williams "<[email protected]>"


Copyright (c) 2014--2016 Gregory Todd Williams. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.