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Arrays and structures

     



Arrays and structures are implemented thought the use of "tables" and "records"
in PL-SQL.



/* EXAMPLE OF A SIMPLE RECORD TYPE */

TYPE INVOICE_REC_TYPE IS RECORD
(INV_ID INVOICE.INV_ID%TYPE,
INV_DT INVOICE.INV_DT%TYPE ) ;


/* ARRAY DECLARATION */

TYPE NAME_TABLE_TYPE IS TABLE OF VARCHAR2(20)
INDEX BY BINARY_INTEGER ;

NAME_TABLE NAME_TABLE_TYPE ;


/* ARRAY SUBSCRIPTING */

I := I + 1;

NAME_TABLE(I) := 'JSMITH';











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