## Table (database) |

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In *table*is a set of data elements (values) using a model of vertical ^{[1]} A table has a specified number of columns, but can have any number of rows.^{[2]} Each row is identified by one or more values appearing in a particular column subset. A specific choice of columns which uniquely identify rows is called the

"Table" is another term for ^{[dubious – discuss]}

The data in a table does not have to be physically stored in the database. ^{[3]}or ^{[4]}^{[5]}for example) can also be thought of as views.

- tables versus relations
- comparisons
- see also
- references

In terms of the `ORDER BY`

`SELECT`

An equally valid representation of a relation is as an *n*-dimensional *n* is the number of attributes (a table's columns). For example, a relation with two attributes and three values can be represented as a table with two columns and three rows, or as a two-dimensional graph with three points. The table and graph representations are only equivalent if the ordering of rows is not significant, and the table has no duplicate rows.

Other Languages

العربية: جدول (قاعدة بيانات)

català: Taula (base de dades)

čeština: Tabulka (databáze)

Deutsch: Datenbanktabelle

español: Tabla (base de datos)

فارسی: جدول (پایگاه دادهها)

français: Table (base de données)

한국어: 테이블 (데이터베이스)

italiano: Tabella (database)

latviešu: Tabula

Nederlands: Tabel (database)

日本語: 表 (データベース)

norsk: Tabell (database)

polski: Tabela (bazy danych)

português: Tabela (banco de dados)

русский: Таблица (база данных)

српски / srpski: Табела (база података)

українська: Таблиця (бази даних)

中文: 数据库表