What is Index?

A data structure greatly improves the speed of data retrieval. Like the physical book index, the index helps quickly locate a particular value or a range of values (finding a needle in a haystack). While good for boosting query performance, index brings the overhead of updating the index entry whenever underlying data changes. Thus adding /removing index is a balanced art and should be evaluated carefully. maintaining index

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