What is meant by a sales day book in accounting?

Sales daybook is a book that records daily credit sales. They are recorded from duplicates of invoices issued to customers. Periodically the total in this book is transferred to the credit side of sales ledger, while the individual account is debited in trade receivable accounts.

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