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Relational Databases

What are Relational Databases?

A database that stores and provides access to data that are related to one another and are displayed in tables. The tables consist of rows and columns whereas columns hold attributes of data and rows or records have a value for each attribute. Examples of relational databases are SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MYSQL and Oracle.

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