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package arq.examples.riot;

import org.apache.jena.rdf.model.Model ;
import org.apache.jena.rdf.model.ModelFactory ;
import org.apache.jena.riot.RDFDataMgr ;
import org.apache.jena.riot.RDFLanguages ;

/** Example of using RIOT with Jena readers.
 * An application can use model.read or RDFDataMgr.
 */
public class ExRIOT_1
{
    public static void main(String...argv)
    {
        Model m = ModelFactory.createDefaultModel() ;
        // read into the model.
        m.read("data.ttl") ;
        
        // Alternatively, use the RDFDataMgr, which reads from the web,
        // with content negotiation.  Plain names are assumed to be 
        // local files where file extension indicates the syntax.  
        
        Model m2 = RDFDataMgr.loadModel("data.ttl") ;
        
        // read in more data, the remote server serves up the data
        // with the right MIME type.
        RDFDataMgr.read(m2, "http://host/some-published-data") ;
        
        
        // Read some data but also give a hint for the synatx if it is not
        // discovered by inspectying the file or by HTTP content negotiation.  
        RDFDataMgr.read(m2, "some-more-data.out", RDFLanguages.TURTLE) ;
    }
}