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In ArcView, features are stored in a database along with information describing them. The descriptive information stored with a feature is called the feature's attributes. Attributes of a street might include its name, street type, length, street code, number of lanes, and pavement type. The attributes of a park may be its name, area, hours of operation, and maintenance schedule.
Because features and their attributes are linked, you can easily access the attributes for any feature or locate any feature from its attributes. Attributes are displayed in a spreadsheet-like ArcView document called a Table.
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