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# What is meant by constraints on a product?

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###### Asked in Mechanical Engineering

### How do assembly constraints differ from geometric and numeric constraints?

Assembly
constraints are very different from geometric and numerical
constraints. They are all relevant in the fact that they all are
dealing with the constraints placed upon an object. Once past that
though they really are not all that similar. Assembly constrains is
something that specifies the place or position were two objects
meet and the relationship between them. Geometric constraints
differ in that they have to deal with constraints of parallel and
perpendicular lines. Numeric constraints deal with distance and
size of an object; a few examples are length, width, and depth.
Geometric
constraints ate constant and numeric constraints are number
values.

###### Asked in Science, Database Programming

### What is constraints in database management system?

Constraints are sort of restrictions, which restrict the data
that can be stored in a relation (Table). or
Constraints are mostly a collection of indexes and triggers that
restrict certain actions on a table. There are four types of
constraints:
Primary Key ConstraintsUnique ConstraintsCheck
ConstraintsForeign Key (FK) Constraints.
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###### Asked in C Sharp, ASP.NET

### What are Constraints in Generics?

· Constraints are represented in C# using the where keyword
· Constraints is something restriction the way doing that in
generics
· There are 3 types of Constraints
1. Constructor constraint
2. Derivation constraint
3. Reference / value type constraints
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