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Question what is the difference between DBMS and RDBMS??
 Question Asked At :: infosys, jawood, no its my own opinion, tcs, yes, what is difference between osi and tcp/ip, is rdbms a client side scripting language, tcs, isb software, aon hewitt
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RDBMS is Relational DBMS. Rdbms having the condition that
the system "support" a tabular structure and also for data
relationships between the tables..
Where as the DBMS, the system "will not support" tabular
structure and also for relationships between tables..

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