Indexing in TableForm

I do not have a reputation, so I can not comment on Chris's response or rate it positively. Consider this as a supplement (with an additional solution at the end):

We know that TableForm should have a data column for each heading (in this case 3 columns).

Dimensions of the original data (11 rows, 2 columns):

In():= Dimensions@
 RecurrenceTable({u(k + 1) == (9/10)*u(k) + s(k) + k, 
   s(k + 1) == (9/10)*s(k) + (1/10)*u(k), u(0) == 50, s(0) == 20}, {u,
    s}, {k, 0, 10})

Out()= {11, 2}

Dimensions of Chris's data (11 rows, 3 columns):

In():= Dimensions@
 MapIndexed(Flatten({#2 - 1, #1}) &, 
  RecurrenceTable({u(k + 1) == (9/10)*u(k) + s(k) + k, 
    s(k + 1) == (9/10)*s(k) + (1/10)*u(k), u(0) == 50, 
    s(0) == 20}, {u, s}, {k, 0, 10}))

Out()= {11, 3}

Here is another way to get 3 columns:

TableForm(
 count = 0; 
 Table(Prepend(row, count++), {row, #}) &@
  RecurrenceTable({u(k + 1) == (9/10)*u(k) + s(k) + k, 
    s(k + 1) == (9/10)*s(k) + (1/10)*u(k), u(0) == 50, 
    s(0) == 20}, {u, s}, {k, 0, 10}), 
 TableHeadings -> {{}, {"k", "u(k)", "s(k)"}})

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Let me ask a similar question that I asked earlier.
I think there are more explanations for this topic.

CREATE TABLE (dbo).(SalesOrder)(
    (Id) (uniqueidentifier) NOT NULL,
    (PageId) (uniqueidentifier) NOT NULL,
    (SalesOrderNumber) (varchar)(20) NOT NULL,
    (SaleInfo) (varbinary)(max) NULL,
    (SalesOfficerId) (int) NOT NULL,
    (SaleZone) (varchar)(9) NOT NULL,
    (SaleDateTime) (datetime) NOT NULL,
    (SaleCategory) (varchar)(20) NOT NULL,
    (IsOffline) (bit) NOT NULL,
    (IsPaid) (bit) NOT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED 
(
    (Id) ASC
)WITH (PAD_INDEX = ON, STATISTICS_NORECOMPUTE = OFF, IGNORE_DUP_KEY = OFF, ALLOW_ROW_LOCKS = ON, ALLOW_PAGE_LOCKS = ON, FILLFACTOR = 80) ON (PRIMARY)
) ON (PRIMARY) TEXTIMAGE_ON (PRIMARY)
GO

I have the following columns, which are optional predicates in a query.

  • (SalesOrderNumber)
  • (SalesOfficerId)
  • (Sale Category)
  • (Sale zone)

I have the following fields as display columns in the query.

Indexing strategy for this scenario.
Follow the general guidelines.
There is a clustered index for (id), which is the primary key.
(PageId) is the FK and there are links to this table on FK. So I have to have an NCI on the FK.
Also NCI to the optional where clauses.

Ask:

  1. All Where columns will have the equality operation as soon as they are
    added as a predicate. Suppose all columns become
    Part of the WHERE clause, I should create a single composite index
    as shown below?

CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX (IX_SalesORder_NCI) ON (dbo).(SalesOrder)
(
(SalesOrderNumber) ASC,
(SalesOfficerId) ASC,
(SalesCategory) ASC,
(SalesZone) ASC,
)
INCLUDE ((IsOffline),
(IsPaid)) WITH (PAD_INDEX = OFF, STATISTICS_NORECOMPUTE = OFF, SORT_IN_TEMPDB = OFF, DROP_EXISTING = OFF, ONLINE = OFF, ALLOW_ROW_LOCKS = ON, ALLOW_PAGE_LOCKS = ON) ON (PRIMARY)
GO

  1. Assuming that only the predicate exists, I should create a separate NCI for each predicate and select the two
    Columns with each NCI.
  2. Should I create a separate NCI for the foreign key column?

If possible, please give your suggestions for the specific examples that I have here.
Thank you very much