Database - Introduction to Database - Discussion

Discussion :: Introduction to Database - True or False (Q.No.3)

3. 

In a database, data is stored in spreadsheets which have rows and columns.

[A]. True
[B]. False

Answer: Option B

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Anu said: (Dec 18, 2010)  
Can any one explain this?

Sada said: (Dec 18, 2010)  
Database store data in table not in spread sheet.

Yogesh Agrawal said: (Jan 6, 2011)  
It is not stored in spreadsheets. It is stored in tables (relations).

Soujanya said: (Mar 28, 2011)  
In the Database datastored in the form of rows and columns is called table, Not a spreadsheet.

Pooja said: (Apr 28, 2011)  
Data stored into the table which is a collection of rows and columns.

Balu said: (Apr 28, 2011)  
Yes it's correct.

Nandu said: (Oct 24, 2011)  
In generally DBMS, data is stored in tables which contains tuples and columns.

Rajan said: (Mar 21, 2012)  
It is stored in tables with tuples and columns.

Manche Shekhar said: (Apr 15, 2012)  
In database the data stored in tables not in spreadsheets. The table is a combination of rows and columns. The intersection of row and column is known as cell. The actual data stored in cell.

Swati said: (Jan 10, 2013)  
In database we usally create table (relations) which shows the interrelation between the data. The table consist of tuple and fields.

Harishreddy said: (May 27, 2013)  
What is the meaning of spreadsheet?

Shivakumara T said: (Jun 19, 2013)  
Database table has the constraints for each cell (row or column) so, it is restricted to store the data in the database, where as in the spreadsheet no constraints are applicable, you can enter any character it accepts.

Desi said: (Aug 29, 2013)  
Any data in the database it will be stored in the table not in the spreadsheet.

Roopa said: (Oct 9, 2013)  
Spread sheet contain rows and columns but Table it contained all these Table is the suitable for that.

Akshata said: (Feb 20, 2014)  
What is difference between spreadsheet and table?

Kumari said: (Apr 13, 2014)  
Table have some restrictions to store data. But spreadsheet not have restrictions.

Chris said: (Jun 5, 2014)  
The database is in fact an interactive or alive spreadsheet from the computer component perspective. If you look at how all data is processed in a computer, there is a spreadsheet like grid at the root level.

I disagree with the idea that there is a huge difference between a spreadsheet and a table.

The spreadsheet and the table are for all purposes the same.

Whenever attempting to explain what a database IS, to naive persons, I liken it to a spreadsheet, and explain that the rows are records, tuples, and the columns are fields.

Invariably, I explain that the spreadsheet was never intended for data storage use, but rather it was intended to calculate.

The fact is that wherever a database is needed, you'll see a spreadsheet or millions of them populating like rabbits in a computer.

We should just differentiate - a spreadsheet is a FLAT FILE, and a database is generally a layered and connected set of spreadsheets.

Kisan G Dolare said: (Jul 21, 2014)  
Data is stored in tables which contains rows and columns, while data is not stored in spreadsheet.

Vikash Mishra said: (Aug 1, 2014)  
Database contains spreadsheets and spreadsheets contain table.

Further tables contain rows and columns where data is stored.

Jayna said: (Jun 28, 2015)  
Database is a table which the relationship between the row and a column because of it data, so it can't be considered as a spreadsheet. But it set a connection between a row and a column because of it's data which has been stored in it. And moreover spreadsheet can't store the data in it.

Rajesh Maharana said: (Dec 12, 2015)  
Data is stored in terms of rows and columns called result sets.

Vijay said: (Jul 16, 2016)  
Data is stored in terms of rows and columns called as table and not spreadsheet.

Devi said: (Mar 29, 2017)  
Data is store in terms of rows and columns in table.

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