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Posted Monday, November 25, 2013 6:09 AM
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[color=#444]Welcome all, This is my first post.[/color] Plz help me as soon as possible.

First anyone give me some idea about the database design. i.e. how many entity may have for this class schedule system. And then if I have any requirement, then I will inform that in comment.
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Right. Maybe you should try to do your homework yourself?



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As my friend Koen is pointing out, home work quesitons like this require you to do the research, the reading and the first attempt at the work itself before you can really ask any intelligent questions..


suppose i posted a huge schema with a dozen tables for you; how would that help you at all? you wouldn't understand it, because you were not involved in the building of it, and the specific requirements that were involved. you'd spend a million quesitons asking how to bend my idea into your homework requirements, isntead of building a homework, and learning what was involved.

once you have done some of the research, and you have a specific question, we'd be able to help you a lot better.


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