A Database table
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A table is a basic unit of data storage in database which organizes the data in rows(Tuples) and columns(Attributes/fields). Each row in a table contains one record and it simply refers to a two dimensional representation of your data using rows and columns. A table has a specified number of columns, but can have any number of rows. In short, a table is the only thing for storing data in the database.
Each row in a table contains one record and we can have any number of rows in a table. You can have a table without rows. But we cannot create a table without columns.
A row oriented database is a database in which the data of a particular record is organized in a row. The above table data will be arranged as below if it is in row oriented database.
Each column in a table stores the data which are of same data type. Column names in a table must be unique. We can have limited number of columns in a table based on database.
A column oriented database is a database in which the data of a particular record is organized in a column. The above table data will be arranged as below if it is column oriented database.
Manager,Project Lead,Team Lead,Senior Associate,Associate