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Definition: N-Triples

by Jack Krupansky

N-Triples is a very simple, line-oriented plain text language alternative to RDF/XML format which is a subset of Turtle (and hence N3) for expressing RDF data as simply as possible to facilitate generation and parsing by software including scripts.

See W3C RDF Core WG Internal Working Draft - N-Triples.

See W3C RDF Test Cases - N-Triples.

See Wikipedia article on "N-Triples".

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