I thought that when you create a primary key, clustered index is automatically created. Am i correct or wrong ? But here is what i have got:
When you create a PRIMARY KEY constraint, a unique clustered index on the column or columns is automatically created if a clustered index on the table does not already exist and you do not specify a unique nonclustered index.
Please explain me on detail manner whether i am correct or wrong. Provide simple examples to understand it better.
I did not follow this statement: and you do not specify a unique nonclustered index => Please explain in detail with example.
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