logical record

logical record

[′läj·ə·kəl ′rek·ərd]
(computer science)
A group of adjacent, logically related data items.

logical record

A reference to a data record that is independent of its physical location. It may be physically stored in two or more locations.
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While the logical record to release would have been Screamadelica II, cashing in while the band were hot, he travelled in completely the opposite direction, making a Southern Blues and Soul record in the States.
Fixed, variable, and undefined-length files with any valid logical record length (LRECL) are supported by FILEGARD.
COBOL and most programming languages support logical record blocking in dedicated internal buffers.