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4 thoughts on “Database : Normalization Discussion 3

  • Pamela halbhavi

    FNF: At each row and column position in the table there exists one value never a set of values.(Removing the repeating groups such as “Skills” )i.e you can have 2 or more skills and that can’t be a part of single column.

  • nasir

    There’s no top-to-bottom ordering to the rows.
    There’s no left-to-right ordering to the columns.
    There are no duplicate rows.
    Every row and column intersection contains exactly one value from the applicable domain.
    All columns are regular.

  • Olubunmi Ogunsola

    No top to bottom ordering to the rows
    No left to right ordering to the columns
    No duplicate rows
    All columns are regular
    Every row and column intersection contains exactly one value from the applicable domain
    – Tomiwa

  • sivi ramesh

    1NF is the most basic of normal forms – each cell in a table must contain only one piece of information, and there can be no duplicate rows.
    There are no duplicated rows in the table.

    2. Each cell is single-valued

    3. Entries in a column (attribute, field) are of the same kind

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