Table Overview


Alpha Anywhere tables store and arrange information in a database. Each table can contain an almost unlimited number of records while each record can contain up to 1,024 fields, storing individual bits of data. Tables generally contain information about people or things, such as Customers, invoices, bank transactions, and products. Fields may contain any one of eleven different data types.

For example, you might create a table to use as a checkbook register:

In the table above, there are three records, one for each check number. Each record is divided into four fields: Check #, Date, Payee, and Amount.

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