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I need to make an Application in which I have 4-5 pages where the information is collected from the user and post it into the Database SQL and then finally get a preview all the data at once and print the report.

Which would be the best route here

Do I keep seperate tables for each of the pages so that the performance of the application is not hit a lot and the Database also does not become unmanagable as there are nearly 15-20 various kinds of information that needs to be collected from the user. So lets say around 70 variables which is the best way out of this to make it a powerful application both from the Front-end's and Back-end's point of view

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Puneet






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