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Oracle9i: Program with PL/SQL
Instructor Guide • Volume 2

40054GC11 Production 1.1 October 2001 D34008

Nagavalli Pataballa Priya Nathan

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Technical Contributors and Reviewers
Anna Atkinson Bryan Roberts Caroline Pereda Cesljas Zarco Coley William Daniel Gabel Dr. Christoph Burandt Hakan Lindfors Helen Robertson John Hoff Lachlan Williams Laszlo Czinkoczki Laura Pezzini Linda Boldt Marco Verbeek Natarajan Senthil Priya Vennapusa Roger Abuzalaf Ruediger Steffan Sarah Jones Stefan Lindblad Susan Dee

Sheryl Domingue

Curriculum Map I Introduction Course Objectives I-2 About PL/SQL I-3 PL/SQL Environment I-4 Benefits of PL/SQL I-5 Benefits of Subprograms I-10 Invoking Stored Procedures and Functions I-11 Summary I-12 Declaring Variables Objectives 1-2 PL/SQL Block Structure 1-3 Executing Statements and PL/SQL Blocks 1-4 Block Types 1-5 Program Constructs 1-6 Use of Variables 1-7 Handling Variables in PL/SQL 1-8 Types of Variables 1-9 Using iSQL*Plus Variables Within PL/SQL Blocks 1-10 Types of Variables 1-11 Declaring PL/SQL Variables 1-12 Guidelines for Declaring PL/SQL Variables 1-13 Naming Rules 1-14 Variable Initialization and Keywords 1-15 Scalar Data Types 1-17 Base Scalar Data Types 1-18 Scalar Variable Declarations 1-22 The %TYPE Attribute 1-23 Declaring Variables with the %TYPE Attribute 1-24 Declaring Boolean Variables 1-25 Composite Data Types 1-26 LOB Data Type Variables 1-27 Bind Variables 1-28 Using Bind Variables 1-30 Referencing Non-PL/SQL Variables 1-31 DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE 1-32 Summary 1-33 Practice 1 Overview 1-35




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