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It doesn't


it doesn`t what? (no explicit question in my post)

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it abstracts away the idea of files


If you ask me it`s not a DB job to abstract the idea of files. A DB usually is concerned with how the data is kept within a (single) file. Although interesting you DB marginal example bears no relevance to how stuff usually works in a DB. Thanks for the discussion.

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does saving data to a DB resemble with saving data do a file. to some extent yes. but a DB is much more than that

modified 21-Aug-22 15:30pm.

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