Preparing Quick DB Diagrams — dbdiagrams.io

Table students  {
student_id int [pk]
student_name string
}
Table subjects {
subject_id int [pk]
subject_name string
}
Table results {
student_id int
subject_id int
marks int
}
Ref:"results"."student_id" > "students"."student_id"Ref:"results"."subject_id" > "subjects"."subject_id"

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In love with technology and programming. Also a devil’s advocate. Believes in sisterhood. https://pyarisinghk.github.io

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