record number

record number

The sequential number assigned to each physical record in a file. Record numbers change when the file is sorted or records are added and deleted.
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The events of 20 August are under way in Budapest without extraordinary events; a record number of visitors are expected to attend the programmes.
This July, which saw record temperatures, also saw a record number of people visit A&E, with 2,266,913 attendances.
A record number of disabled rail passengers in Stirling are making use of railcards.
A record number of tourists visited the north in 2018, while revenue also went up considerably, 'tourism minister' Firki Ataoglou said.
Along with a record number of savers has come a record number whose balances top $1 million.
A record number of 8,197 Primary Angioplasties, 4,286 Angioplasties, 9,052 Angiographies, 20 TAVI Procedures, 3,434 Thallium and 55,258 Echowere performed in 2018.
A record number of 8197 Primary Angioplasties, 4286 Angioplasties, 9052 Angiographies, 20 TAVI Procedures, 3434 Thallium and 55258 Echo were performed in 2018.
Director of Madaba Tourism, Wael Al-Ja'ini, said tourists, who visited this city, have registered a record number until the end of last November.
Summary: Event will take place at Dubai Silicon Oasis on November 16 and will feature a record number of participants from centres for people of determination
China attracts the highest number of tourists in the region with a record number of inflow of 59.27 million people in the year 2016.
According to reports, a record number of Koreans, have paid insurance fees to the state pension last year.