What is a Relational Database?
A relational database is a collection of database objects: tables maintaining relationships based on the primary/foreign key principle, various means of manipulating these tables, and the rules that enforce the relationships and their integrity. Unlike spreadsheet tables or flat files, RDBMS tables are related in a parent/child-like relationship.
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