Chapter 11. Working with a Database

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If you’ve worked with an electronic list of items—customers’ names and addresses, parts lists, and sales records, for example—you’ve worked with a database, maybe by entering items in specific places on one or more predesigned forms. What happens to the information you’ve entered is that someone—perhaps you, perhaps a coworker—eventually manipulates the data to achieve ...

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