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DatasetClause ::= 'FROM' ( IRIref | 'NAMED' IRIref )
See: http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-sparql-query/#specifyingDataset

'A SPARQL query may specify the dataset to be used for matching.  The FROM clauses
give IRIs that the query processor can use to create the default graph and the
FROM NAMED clause can be used to specify named graphs. '

src/m/e/mediatypes-HEAD/lib/rdflib/sparql/bison/__init__.py   mediatypes(Download)
#from Processor import CreateSPARQLParser,Parse
import Bindings, Expression, Filter, FunctionLibrary, GraphPattern, IRIRef, \
       Operators, QName, Query, Resource, SolutionModifier, Triples, Util
 

src/r/d/rdflib-HEAD/rdflib/sparql/bison/__init__.py   rdflib(Download)
#from Processor import CreateSPARQLParser,Parse
import Bindings, Expression, Filter, FunctionLibrary, GraphPattern, IRIRef, \
       Operators, QName, Query, Resource, SolutionModifier, Triples, Util
 

src/d/j/django-rdflib-HEAD/rdflib/sparql/bison/__init__.py   django-rdflib(Download)
#from Processor import CreateSPARQLParser,Parse
import Bindings, Expression, Filter, FunctionLibrary, GraphPattern, IRIRef, \
       Operators, QName, Query, Resource, SolutionModifier, Triples, Util