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Summary

This chapter has introduced you to some simple, yet important, concepts—mainly data storage. You learned about the skeleton of a database, which is composed of tables, columns, and rows, and about crucial concepts that can aid in performance, maintenance, and efficiency. The next chapter, “SQL Primer,” goes beyond data storage and introduces you to the language used in data access—SQL.


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