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  • You can control the flow of your PL/SQL block by using conditional statements and loops. At the end of this lesson, you should be able to  Conditionally control processing in a PL/SQL block.  Iterate statements by using various types of loops.

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  • Introduction to Oracle: SQL and PL/SQL is often the first course that many Oracle students attend. You might be their first contact with any Oracle personnel. At the same time, this may be one of the first courses that you teach as an Oracle instructor, so you might appreciate some help in achieving the best performance possible at an early stage of your career. The tools and tips in this section come from the highly recommended AIT (Advanced Instructional Techniques) class, which many Oracle Educaton instructors have attended.

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  • SQL*Plus is an environment in which you can  Execute SQL statements to retrieve, modify, add, and remove data from database tables.  Format, perform calculations on, store, and print query results in the form of reports.  Issue SQL statements to create, alter, and remove database tables.  Create anonymous blocks, subprograms, database triggers using procedural language extension, PL/SQL. SQL*Plus has a variety of commands you need to use to execute subprograms, pass values in and out of PL/SQL blocks, and debug your code.

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  • PL/SQL lets you declare local variables and constants and then use those identifiers in your PL/SQL program. You can declare the variables and constants to be a datatype known to the RDBMS, such as NUMBER or VARCHAR2. However, you can also make use of PL/SQL−specific data structures such.

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  • Deliver dynamic, client/server PL/SQL applications with expert guidance from an Oracle programming professional. With full coverage of the latest features and tools, Oracle Database 11g PL/SQL Programming lays out each topic alongside detailed explanations, cut-and-paste syntax examples, and real-world case studies. Access and modify database information, construct powerful PL/SQL statements, execute effective queries, and deploy bulletproof security. You'll also learn how to implement C, C++, and Java procedures, Web-enable your database, cut development time, and optimize performance....

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  • This book is designed to be read from beginning to end by those new to PL/SQL. Part I covers PL/SQL fundamentals. Part II covers the backbone of the programming language, which consists of functions, procedures, packages, triggers, and large objects. Part III dives into some advanced topics that should help you immediately with your development projects.

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  • Welcome to Release 6.0 of the Oracle Reports Reference. This reference guide includes information to help you effectively work with Oracle Developer Report Builder and contains detailed information about the following: · Built ins · Triggers · Properties · Executables This preface explains how this reference is organized and introduces other sources of information that can help you use Oracle Reports.

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  • Oracle Text Reference is intended for an Oracle Text application developer or a system administrator responsible for maintaining the Oracle Text system. To use this document, you need experience with the Oracle relational database management system, SQL, SQL*Plus, and PL/SQL. See the documentation provided with your hardware and software for additional information. If you are unfamiliar with the Oracle RDBMS and related tools, see the Oracle Database Concepts, which is a comprehensive introduction to the concepts and terminology used throughout Oracle documentation....

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  • Modularity allows you to break your code into manageable, well-defined logical units. Each of these units in PL/SQL is called a program unit, or a subprogram. PL/SQL has two types of subprograms called procedures and functions. This lesson covers the structure of subprograms and how to invoke them. At the end of this lesson, you should be able to  Determine the types of program units and where to use them.  Explain the differences between and benefits of procedures and functions.  Develop subprograms.  Invoke subprograms from Procedure Builder....

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P168: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P161: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P164: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P1: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P2: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P43: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P45: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P56: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P61: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P63: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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  • Oracle Built−in Packages- P67: Ah, for the good old days of Version 1.0 of PL /SQL! Life was so simple then. No stored procedures or functions and certainly no packages. You had your set of built−in functions, like SUBSTR and TO_DATE. You had the IF statement and various kinds of loops. With these tools at hand, you built your batch−processing scripts for execution in SQL*Plus, and you coded your triggers in SQL*Forms 3.0, and you went home at night content with a good day's work done.

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