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Hi,
what is the difference between DBMS & RDBMS ?
 
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Hi Shital !

what is the difference between DBMS & RDBMS ?

The "R" stands for "Relational" ("DBMS" = "Data Base Management System", of course), for some databases are not relational (hierarchical for example), especially some legacy ones.

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Originally posted by Eric Lemaitre:
Hi Shital !

what is the difference between DBMS & RDBMS ?

The "R" stands for "Relational" ("DBMS" = "Data Base Management System", of course), for some databases are not relational (hierarchical for example), especially some legacy ones.

Best regards.




Thanks for reply ,

can u plz give me an example of both.

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