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Can you explain how the answer data type is incorrect?

What would the correct answer be?

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1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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I assume you're asking about this question :point_right: "Each entry in a table is known as a:"

A "data type" would describe what kind of thing something is, it has nothing to do with the structure of a database.

An entry in a table would be a record, also known as a row.