Field contains a user that was design of the interface is Element Data to enter. You must have seen text fields in many software applications that allow you to provide input with the help of your keyboard or touchscreen.

Websites also often include form fields, which you use to enter and submit information.

In software programs, the terms “field” and ” text box ” are often used interchangeably. For example, a world processor offers you many formatting options, such as font size, line spacing, and page margins.

Under each option comes a text box where you can manually enter custom settings. Many applications come under a search field (or ” search box “) that allows you to search for contents in one or more documents.

When you visit one of the websites, a form is provided here that allows you to enter your data, such as your billing address or registration information.

Under a web form in each single-line text box, they are called an “input” field and are defined in HTML  by <input type = “text”> .

Fields that contain more than one line are called text areas and are created using the <textarea> tag.

At the same time you can also see login forms very often, in which there are two fields to enter, one is the username and the other is the password. Most password fields are defined as <input type = “password” > which hide the characters you type.

Fields  fall under NOTE Databases. Each row or “record” in a database table contains multiple fields. The same table columns define which fields are available in each row.

Therefore a specific column and row combination (such as Row: 101, Column: Name) defines a specific field. Individual fields in a database can be searched and modified using standard SQL queries.

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