a (horizontal) array of data values that represent the different values of each attribute for an individual instance of a data entity. This term in a relational environment corresponds to a record in a file-oriented environment.
A line of tiles placed face up and laid side to side on the table. This is in contrast to a train, which is end to end. Asian domino games tend to use rows, while Western domino games tend to use trains. See "Train".
a horizontal line of data on a Spreadsheet, usually used, in the Input Grid, to represent all responses by a particular object. The top row of each spreadsheet is reserved for Rasch control information.
w.d—Instructions that the SAS system uses to read a column-binary field down a card column. The value specifies the row where the field begins, with a range between 1 and 12. The value specifies the length in rows of the field. Valid values for are 1 through 25, with the default value of 1. The informat assigns the relative position of the punch in the field range to a numeric variable.
The kind of node used to group columnar objects of a table. Some significant information on table indexing and information used for row creation and deletion is associated with a table's row definition.
In the context of a relational database, a rowâ€”also called a record or tupleâ€”represents a single, implicitly structured data item in a table. In simple terms, a database table can be thought of as consisting of rows and columns or fields. Each row in a table represents a set of related data, and every row in the table has the same structure.
A method of moving a boat with oars. The person rowing the boat faces backward, bringing the blade of the oars out of the water and toward the bow of the boat, then pulling the oars through the water toward the stern of the boat, moving the boat forward.
The Row (named after its cry) is dinosaur-like cryptid reported to lie in the Interior of New Guinea. The only treatment of it is in Bernard Heuvelmans' book On the Track of Unknown Animals. There is but a single report of even any native stories about the Row.
The area between and directly adjacent to the tracks. Also refers to dedicated off-street tracks for light rail vehicles. Light Rail systems have the ability to control work performed in or adjacent to the ROW.