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Understanding File Organisation in Databases: Exploring B and B+ Trees

I'm looking at file structure in databases, especially B and B+ trees. I'm having trouble understanding these concepts, therefore I'm looking to you for help.

[code]-- Example of file structure using B and B+ trees in DBMS

CREATE TABLE Employee (

  id INT,

  name VARCHAR(50),

  PRIMARY KEY (id)

);

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I'm not looking for a quick fix; I want to really grasp how file structure works in databases with B and B+ trees. Can you break down these principles, for example, in simple terms? What are some frequent errors to avoid, and how may B and B+ trees be used efficiently to organize data?

Your comments and examples would be really helpful in better understanding this issue. Let's work together to organize files in databases!

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