Once upon a time I was taught that between 60 and 80 "rows" of text depending on font size were a page. So 10,000 rows would be roughly 125 to 150 pages. Which seems way too long for most "reports" to be useful. Since 1 lakh = 100,000 you are talking about roughly 36,250 PAGES of text.
Who is actually going to read that?
If you actually mean to summarize the data down to a useable amount then likely yes. But displaying that many rows as list output the real question might be 'Why?'
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