I look like to know a little bit more about two databases. Paradox and Interbase.
I want to know if those database are relational ones?
What exactly relational database mean?
Are they made for multi-user environment?
How do they compare to other database such as SQL server, Oracle, Sybase etc.
Paradox is the baby relational database from Borland, and Interbase is their major relational database. Strictly speaking, a relational database follows E. F. Codd's rules (partially) for database design.
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