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Keywords:
finite group; irreducible character; character table
Summary:
Let $G$ be a finite group. If $G$ has two rows which differ in only one entry in the character table, we call $G$ an RD1-group. We investigate the character tables of RD1-groups and get some necessary and sufficient conditions about RD1-groups.
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