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Validating email id using javascript

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A single linkage is sufficient to provide a definition for all occurences of a particular term in this document.The interpretation of such declarations is conjunction, i.e. The following example specifies that the values of declare more than one parameter.Shapes that have more than one value for any of the parameters of such components are ill-formed.Note that at the time of writing, SPARQL EXISTS has been imperfectly defined and implementations vary.While a The following informal diagram provides an overview of some of the key classes in the SHACL vocabulary. The content of the boxes under the class name lists some of the properties that instances of these classes may have, together with their value types. Informally, a shape determines how to validate a focus node based on the values of properties and other characteristics of the focus node.See the section Validation Report for details on the format.

[ a sh: Validation Report ; sh:conforms false ; sh:result [ a sh: Validation Result ; sh:result Severity sh: Violation ; sh:focus Node ex: Alice ; sh:result Path ex:ssn ; sh:value "987-65-432A" ; sh:source Constraint Component sh: Regex Constraint Component ; sh:source Shape ... ; ] , [ a sh: Validation Result ; sh:result Severity sh: Violation ; sh:focus Node ex: Bob ; sh:result Path ex:ssn ; sh:source Constraint Component sh: Max Count Constraint Component ; sh:source Shape ... ; ] , [ a sh: Validation Result ; sh:result Severity sh: Violation ; sh:focus Node ex: Calvin ; sh:result Path ex:works For ; sh:value ex: Untyped Company ; sh:source Constraint Component sh: Class Constraint Component ; sh:source Shape ... ; ] , [ a sh: Validation Result ; sh:result Severity sh: Violation ; sh:focus Node ex: Calvin ; sh:result Path ex:birth Date ; sh:value "1971-07-07"^^xsd:date ; sh:source Constraint Component sh: Closed Constraint Component ; sh:source Shape sh: Person Shape ; ] ] .] - either pre-computed before being submitted to a SHACL processor or performed on the fly as part of SHACL processing (without modifying either data graph or shapes graph).

One way to bypass this syntax rule is to spread the constraints across multiple (property) shapes, as illustrated in the following example.

, which provide instructions (for example expressed via SPARQL queries) on how the parameters are used to validate data.

Throughout this document, the following terminology is used.

Terminology that is linked to portions of RDF 1.1 Concepts and Abstract Syntax is used in SHACL as defined there.

SPARQL variables using the can also be used in SPARQL-based constraints and SPARQL-based constraint components.