An Early Relational Query
In the mid-1980s, Paradox was the first DBMS on a PC that made linking tables easier. Although not as sophisticated as today's methods, the ability to associate relationships by typing sample words was a breakthrough. The Customer No. and Part No. fields are related by "ABC" and "XYZ." Any words would suffice as long as they are the same.
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