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An ODBMS (Object-oriented Database Management System) is a special type of DBMS where data is stored in objects.

Data in an ODBMS is stored as it is used in the programs using it. This leads to less code and better performance as no SQL calls nor translation is needed to get the data into program's data structures.

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