A row is the horizontal arrangement of the objects, words, numbers, and data, or anything. In this type of arrangement, objects are arranged on a horizontal line. Even if the data, or line runs from right to left, or from left to right, this type of arrangement is known as the rows. The term row is widely used in different fields; nowadays it has the most prominent usage on the spreadsheets like Microsoft Excel.
The column is the vertical arrangement of the objects, words, numbers, and data, or anything. In this type of arrangement, objects are arranged one after the other in the sequence. In other words, we can say that in this arrangement the data is organized in such a form that each of the words, figure, or number falls to the other in the sequence.
Difference Between Rows and Column
|It can be defined as an order in which objects are placed alongside or horizontally||It can be defined as a vertical division of objects based on category|
|The arrangement runs from left to right||The arrangement runs from top to bottom|
|The total is shown at the extreme right||The total is shown in the extreme bottom|
|A stub, which is the extreme-left part of the table describes the row||A caption which is the topmost part of the table describes the column|
|In DBMS, rows are known as records which contain fields||DBMS, columns are known as fields that contain the collection of characters|
|In a matrix, the horizontal arrays are known as rows||In a matrix, the vertical arrays are known as columns|
|Row headings are generally indicated by numbers||Column headings are generally indicated by alphabets|