Updating record from cursor oracle

TO_CHAR((t2 - t1)/100.0)); DBMS_OUTPUT. Such a cursor has no special fetch semantics, and such a cursor variable has no special assignment semantics.

Subprogram inlining replaces a subprogram invocation with a copy of the invoked subprogram (if the invoked and invoking subprograms are in the same program unit).

To allow subprogram inlining, either accept the default value of the pragma (with the preceding syntax) to give a subprogram a high priority for inlining, and then the compiler inlines it unless other considerations or limits make the inlining undesirable.

If the query passes a column to a function, then the query cannot use user-created indexes on that column, so the query might invoke the function for every row of the table (which might be very large).

sals(i)); END LOOP; END IF; END; BEGIN DBMS_OUTPUT. PUT_LINE ( 'Employee #'

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