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There was a rather innocuous question about adding dates and times in SQL Serverinnocuous question about adding dates and times in SQL Server that set off a rather fascinating taxonomic debate.

So how do we differentiate between these related terms and how we use them properly?

Row

Record

There was a rather innocuous question about adding dates and times in SQL Server that set off a rather fascinating taxonomic debate.

So how do we differentiate between these related terms and how we use them properly?

Row

Record

There was a rather innocuous question about adding dates and times in SQL Server that set off a rather fascinating taxonomic debate.

So how do we differentiate between these related terms and how we use them properly?

Row

Record

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What is the difference between a "record" and a "row"row" in SQL Server?"

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What is the difference between a "record" and a "row" and a "field" and a "column"row?"

There was a rather innocuous question about adding dates and times in SQL Server that set off a rather fascinating taxonomic debate.

So how do we differentiate between these related terms and how we use them properly?

Row:RecordRow

Column:FieldRecord

What is the difference between a "record" and a "row" and a "field" and a "column?"

There was a rather innocuous question about adding dates and times in SQL Server that set off a rather fascinating taxonomic debate.

So how do we differentiate between these related terms?

Row:Record

Column:Field

What is the difference between a "record" and a "row?"

There was a rather innocuous question about adding dates and times in SQL Server that set off a rather fascinating taxonomic debate.

So how do we differentiate between these related terms and how we use them properly?

Row

Record

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