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What is the difference between the dataset and the file ..... from the storage point of view at the Bit leve or byte lvel in the respective servers?

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What is the difference between the dataset and the file ..... from the storage point of view at the Bit leve or byte lvel in the respective servers?
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Datasets and files are the same thing, the same exact thing.  It's like saying what is the difference between a car and a automobile.
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