Week 3 IT2 - The first normal form or 1NF is the simplest...

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The first normal form or 1NF is the simplest level of normalization along with it normally corresponding to the definition of any of the databases. This form of normalization consists of two-dimensional tables which are compiled of rows and columns. Each of the columns will correspond to an attribute or a sub- object of the object which is ultimately represented by the table as a whole. Within the initial development of a database, you will go through the process of normalization which consists of organizing the database into tables, allowing you to ensure that the results of utilizing the database will always be clear-cut and as intended. The normalization process can also consequently duplicate data within the database which will most often result in the formation of added tables. Without the process of “Normalization”, it becomes very difficult to maintain along with update the database, without facing the risk of data loss. Deletion anomalies become much more frequent if a Database has not been “Normalized”. In order to understand these anomalies, here’s an example of the
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