A series of persons or things arranged in a continued line; a line; a rank; a file; as, a row of trees; a row of houses or columns.
In a relational database, one set of attributes (or one tuple) corresponding to one instance of the entity that a table schema describes.
A morphologically distinct unit, in which the homesteads, tofts and crofts, are arranged in a regular line. (Beresford, Maurice and Hurst, John. Wharram Percy: Deserted Medieval Village, 138)
The entries for each field table.
In a DB2 table, a sequence of values, one for each column in the table.
The horizontal divisions of a spreadsheet that intersect the vertical divisions (columns) to form cells in which data can be entered. Rows are labeled numerically (1,2,3,4,...). (SpSht, Gr. 6)
Set of attributes or values pertaining to one entity or record in a table. A row is a collection of column information corresponding to a single record. See Also: column, table
Data from a database; described by a column set. See also: database rowset column set
A record in a database table. Each row is made up of several column
A component of a database table that contains the actual data organized in columns.
A collection of related fields located in a single table in a database.
A horizontal set of cells in a table.
A block of cells running horizontally across a spreadsheet.
noun - A sequence of objects or data arranged in a line horizontally. A vertical sequence is a column and a depthwise sequence is a pillar.
a (horizontal) array of data values that represent the different values of each attribute for an individual instance of a data entity. This term in a relational environment corresponds to a record in a file-oriented environment.
A single contiguous horizontal line of LED dots (pixels) or blocks.
An entry in a database table containing a value for each column. In some database systems, a row is called a record.
A line of tiles placed face up and laid side to side on the table. This is in contrast to a train, which is end to end. Asian domino games tend to use rows, while Western domino games tend to use trains. See "Train".
An entry in a table that typically corresponds to an instance of some real thing, consisting of a set of values for all mandatory columns and relevant optional columns. Oracle 1998. ()
a long continuous strip (usually running horizontally); "a mackerel sky filled with rows of clouds"; "rows of barbed wire protected the trenches"
PCRaster map; a series of cells in horizontal direction. See Also: number of rows.
9 cells in a single horizontal line
A horizontal string of fields beginning on one side of a spreadsheet and continuing to the other. Compare column, field, record.
A set of cells that runs across the page to the last column.
The data representing a single member of an Entity. Example: John Smith is represented by a row in the Employee table. Synonyms: Instance, Tuple.
In tables and spreadsheets, information is listed horizontally in rows.
A row is a horizontal series of cells extending from the left to the right edge of the local grid. The row location is specified by its row number.
(TM) The information about one individual in a database table. See also tuple. tables.php
A database table will usually consist of many rows and columns, just like a table in a book. Each row will store information about an entity. A table of people may have a row for each person.
The horizontal grouping of data fields that forms a record in a datasheet.
In charts or tables, a horizontal collection of cells generally containing data labels and their related values.
A set of values in a table; for example, the values representing one employee in the SCOTT.EMP table.
One set of field values in a table; for example, the fields representing one employee in the example table EMP.
(1) Synonym for record; one row of data in a database table, having values for one or more columns. Also called tuple. (2) One set of field values in the output of a query. See also column.
contains one row of a table.
A series of items arranged horizontally within some type of framework or matrix. Compare column.
a horizontal line of data on a Spreadsheet, usually used, in the Input Grid, to represent all responses by a particular object. The top row of each spreadsheet is reserved for Rasch control information.
The set of information, stored in a set of columns, that constitutes an item in a list, document library, discussion board, or survey.
A group of fields or columns related by a common identifier.
One length of horizontal stitches, from edge to edge.
a character position on a terminal screen; a horizontal arrangement of characters or expressions (see column)
One single data record that contains values for each column in a table.
A horizontal series of micro images on microfiche.
A horizontal collection of cells in a table (as opposed to column -- a vertical collection of cells in a table).
A row is one instance in a Table also called a record.
The horizontal component of a table.
w.d—Instructions that the SAS system uses to read a column-binary field down a card column. The value specifies the row where the field begins, with a range between 1 and 12. The value specifies the length in rows of the field. Valid values for are 1 through 25, with the default value of 1. The informat assigns the relative position of the punch in the field range to a numeric variable.
The horizontal reference on the spreadsheet
A set of related columns.
A horizontal line in a spreadsheet, usually numbered down the left side.
A horizontal pile or group of cards.
As viewed on the schematic of a matrix relay card, the horizontal signal lines or a horizontal group of relays.
category that shows related information in a horizontal list.
A row of cells within a table.
the horizontal component of a PC file. A row is analogous to a SAS observation.
The horizontal partition in a spreadsheet.
A record in a relational table.
In a spreadsheet, the horizontal arrangement of cells identified by a number designation on the left.
In a table, a horizontal collection of cells.
information arranged horizontally on a page; in a spreadsheet, rows are identified by numbers such as 1, 2, 3
Part of the RAM array; a bit can be stored where a column and a row intersect. Sometimes also referred to as a page.
The kind of node used to group columnar objects of a table. Some significant information on table indexing and information used for row creation and deletion is associated with a table's row definition.
A horizontal arrangement of characters or other expressions.
a pile of cards arranged horizontally (either overlapping or not)
1. A record in an attribute table. The horizontal dimension of a table composed of a set of columns containing one data item each. 2. A horizontal group of cells in a grid, or pixels in an image.
In a relational database, the dimension of a table that groups attributes into records. A way of designating the number of characters that fit on the computer's display.
In the context of a relational database, a rowâ€”also called a record or tupleâ€”represents a single, implicitly structured data item in a table. In simple terms, a database table can be thought of as consisting of rows and columns or fields. Each row in a table represents a set of related data, and every row in the table has the same structure.