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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: what is tuple / tuples

    Hi all,

    what is tuple / tuples.
    plz discuss in detail.
    thanx

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    Homework.

    A tuple is a record (row) in a table.
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    I believe that tuples are in fact analogous to the aforementioned.

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    Last edited by pootle flump; 05-09-06 at 06:39.
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    ur codings are working excelent.

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    When doing homework, Google is your friend! Check out the article in the Wikipedia, unless your reason for posting was to get a "ready to use" answer instead of just getting someone to do your research and present it for you.

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    it is not my home work.... dear,
    thanx to all
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    Quote Originally Posted by imshally81
    it is not my home work.... dear,
    thanx to all
    To mangle an old line from Cheech and Chong: "If it looks like homework, smells like homework, and tastes like homework..."

    What specific questions about tuples can we answer? Especially this time of year, you aren't likely to get much more response to any question that includes the phrase "discuss in detail" because that makes it sound like someone trying to get us to do their homework.

    If you really want help, put forth at least enough effort to make it easy to help you. Narrow down your question to something specific so that you think it can be answered with a word or a sentance, not a reference to an article. If all you are is a student looking for someone to do your homework, just go away quietly and we won't mind much).

    -PatP

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