i dont get 1-n relationship.
read some aritcles but nonetheless cant decipher it.
i recieve 1-many, 1:1 and several-to-many.
but exactly what does 1-n mean?
1-n is equivalent to 1-many
1-n is equivalent to 1-many. n is simply one other way of representing a mystery "many".
n might be a variety, making this equal to 1:many
Its just a different way to say 1 to a lot of
It's one other way of indicating a "parent-child" or "master-detail" relationship. For everything parent you possess an undefined number (meaning it may lie between 1 then one-bigger-than-one) of kids.