Tables within a table - sql, PL-SQL Programming

Tables within a Table - SQL

Figure here is an exact copy of the one in the theory book and as before it is just an alternative way of representing some of the information conveyed by the tables in Figure (but not a recommended database design for that information).

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Figure: Tables within a table

For each course, it shows the exam mark obtained by each student who took the exam for that course.

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