Does a relational database have information hiding?

Answer The Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) defines information hiding as the strategic method used to program software with reduced complexity and cost by separating information needed to run the... Read More »

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Is relative database& relational database the same thing?

The answer to this could be both yes and no. Relative databases work with only like pieces of information. Relational databases manipulate both like and unlike pieces. It is complicated, but you ca... Read More »

What is an entity in a relational database?

In relational database design, an "entity" is any real-world object modeled and represented in the database. An entity could be any object such as a person (as in an employee or customer) or a tran... Read More »

What are the benefits of a relational database?

Relational databases are servers that hold tables that link together using primary and foreign keys. These databases have several benefits, including speed, visual layouts, data integrity and bette... Read More »

Does a relational database have inheritance?

Relational databases do not normally have inheritance. However, it is possible to implement a database in such a way that it behaves like a database with inheritance, if you organize and map the in... Read More »