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A blank node is represented by an atom that starts with
Success of this goal does not imply that the blank node is present in the database (see rdf_bnode/1 for that).
For backwards compatibility, atoms that are represented with an atom
that starts with
__ are also considered to be a blank node.
_:. For backward compatibility reason,
__is also considered to be a blank node.