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Index: L

l procedure
2.8.1.1. Supporting many data combinations
7.1. Using the l Procedure
7.4. Controlling Output from p
overloadings of : 5.2.4. The overloadings of the l procedure
last_line variable : 15.4.2.7. Showing code just once
lastsp function : 5.23.4. Managing savepoints
lava lamp effect : 2.9.2. Lava Lamp Code Consolidation
layering packages : 2.9. Modularizing for Maintainable Packages
layers, code : (see packages)
least-recently used (LRU) algorithm : 1.4.3.1. Managing packages in shared memory
libraries
1.2.2. The Client-Side Layers
1.5.2. Prebuilt Packages
lifo constant : 5.24.1. Package constants
limit_ps procedure : 17.4.2. Setting the Page Size
line function
5.11.9. Reading from a file
13.5.2. Reading the nth Line
line limit, WHERE clause : 12.4.3. Setting a Line Limit
line numbers, code : 15.3. Displaying Source Code
line prefix : 5.2.3. Setting the line prefix
line procedure
5.4.2. Case-converting programs
18.1.1.3. Converting a line
line separator
5.2.2. Setting the line separator
7.2. The Line Separator
line_type record : 5.15.2. Package records
line_with function : 5.15.5. Managing the source WHERE clause
lines, changing case of : 18.1.1.3. Converting a line
linesep function
5.2.2. Setting the line separator
7.2. The Line Separator
list of bailout errors : 22.1.10.1. Managing the bailout error list
list_full exception : 5.18.1. Package exceptions
list_undefined exception : 5.18.1. Package exceptions
lists : 5.18. PLVlst: List Manager
lists, copying files to
5.11.11. Copying a file
13.7.3. Copying File to List
literals
1.6.1.4. Remove hard-coded literals from your application
3.12. Obliterating the Literals
PLV package : 6.6. The Predefined Constants
user awareness of : 2.5.3. Avoiding Need for User to Know and Pass Literals
load_from_dbms procedure
5.19.2. Managing and accessing message text
9.2.2. Batch Loading of Message Text
9.6. Implementing load_ from_dbms
loading message text : 9.2.2. Batch Loading of Message Text
log procedure : 21.1.2.1. Using put_line
logging
2.6.3. Changing Package Behavior Without Changing the Application
5.17. PLVlog: Logging Facility
21. PLVlog and PLVtrc: Logging and Tracing
21.1.2.1. Using put_line
commit activity : 5.7.2. Logging commit activity
commits : 20.1.5. Logging Commits
errors : 22.1.7.1. Logging errors
exceptions
5.10.3. Logging exception-handling activity
22.3.3.3. Recording the exception
hard-coding with exceptions : 22.3.2.2. Drawbacks of the usual handlers
rollbacks
5.23.2. Logging rollback activity
20.2.2. Logging Rollbacks
trace activity : 5.28.3. Writing to the PL/Vision log
trace messages : 21.2.1. Directing Output from PLVtrc
logging function : 21.2.1. Directing Output from PLVtrc
logic, conditional
A.1.1. Conditional Logic
A.2.1. Conditional Logic
login.sql file : 4.4.2. A PL/Vision Initialization Script for SQL*Plus
logtype function : 5.17.3. Selecting the log type
loopexec procedure
5.20.6. Programmatic cursor FOR loop elements
11.7. A Programmatic Cursor FOR Loop
loops
A.1.2. Loops
A.2.2. Loops
2.2. Using Effective Coding Style for Packages
LPAD function : 3.9. Considering Implementation Options
LRU (least-recently used) algorithm : 1.4.3.1. Managing packages in shared memory


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