A row is a horizontal line of something within a program. It can be a row of cells in excel, or a row of text in a text document. Rows are horizontally positioned and are generally read left-to-right.

There are 31 questions tagged with this tag, majority of them is related to spreadsheet applications. I don't think [rows] adds anything to the value of questions.

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    The explanation isn't even accurate (a number of language versions read right to left, and that phrase is irrelevant to the definition). "Program" isn't a good choice of words because it generally applies to documents rather than code. Aside from that, do we have users who are experts on "rows" (we wouldn't want to trust a "columns" expert on a "rows" question)? How do we get tags like this in the first place?
    – fixer1234
    Jun 27, 2016 at 18:30
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    Title suggestion: After a row with [rows]... Jul 2, 2016 at 21:44

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Delete option selected on the row

"rows" row is gone

RIP : February 29, 2012 - July 4, 2016.

As usual, I made sure to fix all other obvious problems with each question in addition to removing the tag.

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