Saturday, January 15, 2011

Database Anatomy

For our purpose, a database is a collection of information stored in an organized form in a computer.  It is typically composed of one or more tables.  It is organized into records, which the information is related to ne person, product, or event.  The type of information a field can hold is determined by its field type or data type.  Most database programs provide you with more than one way to view the data, including form views and list views.

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