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[protege-discussion] Antwort: Protege

daniel.keijsers at daniel.keijsers at
Wed Aug 6 06:18:40 PDT 2008


here Collection<Cls> clses = kb.getClses(); comes in handy.

you can get the name of the classes by using cls.getName(); and then build 
a list of class name strings on your own

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"Deepak Bapat" <deepak.bapat at> 
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06.08.2008 15:02
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[protege-discussion] Protege

If I am creating a plugin and I want to read the classes that are located 
in the project, how would I do this?
Is there a function that returns a list or array of the string names?


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