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Trait for list of RDF objects.

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2016-02-14
RDF::Generator::Void::Meta::AttUsertContribRDF::Generator::Void::Meta::Attribute::ObjectList(3pm)

NAME RDF::Generator::Void::Meta::Attribute::ObjectList - Trait for list of RDF objects
SYNOPSIS has _endpoints => ( traits => ['ObjectList'] ); has _titles => ( traits => ['ObjectList'], isa => 'ArrayRef[RDF::Trine::Node::Literal]', ); has resources => ( traits => ['ObjectList'] ); DESCRIPTION This module gives you a trait to manage a list of RDF resources typically used in an object position in an RDF triple. When declaring attributes, you may use "traits =" ['ObjectList']> alone in which case it'll give you a arrayref of strings and the methods to push to the array, list all strings in the array, and to check if it is empty. These are created by prefixing "add_", "all_" and "has_no_" to your attribute name, respectively. If you have an underscore in the beginning, the attribute will not itself be a method, but you can still use the non-prefixed attribute name as argument to the constructor, and you will have the same methods as above. You may also give a "isa" argument to the attribute. In that case, you may set the arrayref to contain something other than strings, like in the example above.
FURTHER DOCUMENTATION Please see RDF::Generator::Void for further documentation.
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