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asked Sep 11, 2012 at 03:47 AM in Default

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It's best to type in a full explanation of what you're looking for, not a seemingly random statement. The shortest answer is, it depends on what kind of index we're talking about. Longer answers would be, for clustered and nonclustered indexes, the storage mechanism is a balanced tree. But that's not complete enough for your needs, right? So please, type in a full question so we understand what it is you're looking for.
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