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A row is a component of a relational table. In nonrelational terms, a row is called a record. A row is not named (in contrast to a column). Each row in a table has one value in each column of the table.

Also see[edit]

  • Insert - statement used to add rows to a table
  • delete - statement used to remove rows to a table
  • update - statement used to change column values within a row
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