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What Is a Database Table?

A database table is a basic unit of data logical storage in an Oracle database. Data is stored in rows and columns. You define a table with a table name, such as employees, and a set of columns. You give each column a column name, such as employee_id, last_name, and job_id; a datatype, such as VARCHAR2, DATE, or NUMBER; and a width. The width can be predetermined by the datatype, as in DATE. If columns are of the NUMBER datatype, define precision and scale instead of width. A row is a collection of column information corresponding to a single record.

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  1. What Is a Database Table?
  2. How Many Types of Tables Supported by Oracle?
  3. How To Create a New Table in Your Schema?
  4. How To Create a New Table by Selecting Rows from Another Table?
  5. How To Rename an Existing Table?
  6. How To Drop an Existing Table?
  7. How To Add a New Column to an Existing Table?
  8. How To Add a New Column to an Existing Table with a Default Value?
  9. How To Rename a Column in an Existing Table?
  10. How To Delete a Column in an Existing Table?
  11. How To View All Columns in an Existing Table?
  12. How To Recover a Dropped Table?
  13. What Is Recycle Bin?
  14. How To Turn On or Off Recycle Bin for the Instance?
  15. How To View the Dropped Tables in Your Recycle Bin?
  16. How To Empty Your Recycle Bin?
  17. How To Turn On or Off Recycle Bin for the Session?
  18. How To List All Tables in Your Schema?

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