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       RDF::Trine::Iterator - Stream (iterator) class for SPARQL query results


       This document describes RDF::Trine::Iterator version 0.138.


           use RDF::Trine::Iterator;
           my $iterator = RDF::Trine::Iterator->new( \&data, 'bindings', \@names );
           while (my $row = $iterator->next) {
               my @vars        = keys %$row;
               # do something with @vars


       "new ( \@results, $type, \@names, %args )"
       "new ( \&results, $type, \@names, %args )"
           Returns a new SPARQL Result interator object. Results must be either an reference to
           an array containing results or a CODE reference that acts as an iterator, returning
           successive items when called, and returning undef when the iterator is exhausted.

           $type should be one of: bindings, boolean, graph.

           Returns the underlying result type (boolean, graph, bindings).

           Returns true if the underlying result is a boolean value.

           Returns true if the underlying result is a set of variable bindings.

           Returns true if the underlying result is an RDF graph.

       "to_string ( $format )"
           Returns a string representation of the stream data in the specified $format. If
           $format is missing, defaults to XML serialization.  Other options are:


       "from_string ( $xml )"
           Returns a new iterator using the supplied XML in the SPARQL XML Results format.

       "from_json ( $json )"
           Returns the next item in the stream.

           Returns the next value from the iterator without consuming it. The value will remain
           in queue until the next call to "next".

           Returns the current item in the stream.

           Returns true if the end of the stream has been reached, false otherwise.

           Returns true if the first element of the stream has been retrieved, false otherwise.

           Closes the stream. Future attempts to retrieve data from the stream will act as if the
           stream had been exhausted.

       "concat ( $stream )"
           Returns a new stream resulting from the concatenation of the referant and the argument
           streams. The new stream uses the stream type, and optional binding names and "<%args">
           from the referant stream.

           DEPRECATED. Returns the number of objects returned from this iterator.

           This method is deprecated. The "length" method from either
           RDF::Trine::Iterator::Bindings::Materialized or
           RDF::Trine::Iterator::Graph::Materialized should be used instead.

           Returns the count of elements that have been returned by this iterator at the point of

           Returns the boolean value of the first item in the stream.

           Returns an array containing all the items in the stream.

           Returns the arguments necessary to pass to a stream constructor to re-create this
           stream (assuming the same closure as the first argument).

       "each ( \&callback )"
           Calls the callback function once for each item in the iterator, passing the item as an
           argument to the function. Any arguments to "each" beyond the callback function will be
           passed as supplemental arguments to the callback function.

       "add_extra_result_data ( $tag, \%data )"


       "sgrep { COND } $stream"
       "smap { EXPR } $stream"
       "swatch { EXPR } $stream"






       Gregory Todd Williams  "<>"


       Copyright (c) 2006-2010 Gregory Todd Williams. This program is free software; you can
       redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.