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Selecting Table Data

4 Selecting Table Data This chapter contains the following topics: About Queries Running Queries in SQL Developer Tutorial: Selecting All Columns of a Table Tutorial: Selecting Specific Columns of a Table Displaying Selected Columns Under New Headings Selecting Data that Satisfies Specified Conditions Specifying Conditions with Regular Expressions Sorting Selected Data Selecting Data from Multiple Tables Using...

List of Examples

List of Examples 2-1 Connecting to Oracle Database from SQL*Plus 4-1 Displaying Selected Columns Under New Headings 4-2 Preserving Case and Including Spaces in Column Aliases 4-3 Selecting Data from One Department 4-4 Selecting Data from Specified Departments 4-5 Selecting Data for Last Names that Start with the Same Substring 4-6 Selecting Data for Last Names that Include the Same Substring 4-7 Selecting Data that...

Developing Stored Subprograms and Packages

7 Developing Stored Subprograms and Packages This chapter contains the following topics: About Stored Subprograms About Packages About PL/SQL Identifiers About PL/SQL Data Types Creating and Managing Standalone Stored Subprograms Creating and Managing Packages Declaring and Assigning Values to Variables and Constants Controlling Program Flow Using Records and Cursors Using Associative Arrays Handling Exceptions...

List of Tables

List of Tables 7-1 Cursor Attribute Values 9-1 Initial Values of NLS Parameters in SQL Developer

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