What is a candidate key? How does a candidate key differ from a superkey?

QUESTION:

“What is a candidate key? How does a candidate key differ from a superkey?”

ANSWER:

A candidate key is defined as a superkey with no proper subsets that are superkeys. A candidate key has two properties: the uniqueness property and the irreducibility property, whereas a superkey possesses only the uniqueness property.

 

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