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name function : 19.6.3. Looking Up the Name
NAME_RESOLVE procedure : 11.3.2. Converting the Program Name
names : 2.8.1.1. Supporting many data combinations
character : 5.6.3. Other functions and procedures
database log table : 21.1.3.1. Defining the database log table
filenames
5.11.13. Miscellaneous operations
13.1.3. File Location, Name, and Mode
parsing : 13.2.3. Parsing the File Name
foreign key
(see foreign key lookups)
5.12.3. Looking up the name
functions : 2.3.1. Choosing Appropriate and Accurate Names
instead of literals : 1.6.1.4. Remove hard-coded literals from your application
message database elements : 9.2.2. Batch Loading of Message Text
object, putting in table : 11.6. Populating a PL/SQL Table with Object Names
packages : 2.3. Selecting Package Names
program, parsing : 11.3.2. Converting the Program Name
qualified (dot) notation
2.3. Selecting Package Names
2.3.2. Avoiding Redundancy
reserved words : 10.2. PLVtkn: Managing PL/SQL Tokens
unambiguous arguments : 2.8.1.3. Unambiguous, simple arguments
zooming in on help topic by : 4.5.1. Zooming in on help text
nested
block versus PL/SQL block : 19.5.5.2. Scope of a dynamic PL/SQL block
IF statements
A.1.1. Conditional Logic
A.2.1. Conditional Logic
packages : 2.9. Modularizing for Maintainable Packages
next_atom_loc function
5.16.2. Scanning PL/SQL strings
5.21.3. Analyzing string contents
10.1.3.1. next_atom_loc function
nextseq function
5.9.4. Data Definition Language operations
19.4.1.5. Generating sequence numbers
nitems function : 5.24.4. Analyzing stack contents
NO_DATA_FOUND exception
13.1.4. Handling UTL_FILE Errors
21.2.5. Using PLVtrc
no_name_specified exception : 5.20.2. General constants and exceptions
no_such_table exception : 5.10.2. Package-based exceptions
NO_SUCH_TABLE exception : 22.1.2. Package-Based Exceptions
nobailout procedure
5.10.7. Bailing out program execution
22.1.10.2. Starting and stopping the bailout
nobailout_on procedure : 22.1.10.1. Managing the bailout error list
nodispmod procedure
5.28.4. Displaying current module
21.2.1. Directing Output from PLVtrc
nodo_rollback procedure : 5.17.7. Rolling back in PLVlog
noexecsql procedure : 5.9.2. Controlling execution of dynamic SQL
noinclschema procedure : 5.8.1. Including the schema
noinclsp procedure : 5.8.2. Including the storage parameter
nokeep_all procedure : 5.22.2. Specifying tokens of interest
nokeep_bi procedure : 5.22.2. Specifying tokens of interest
nokeep_kw procedure : 5.22.2. Specifying tokens of interest
nokeep_nonkw procedure : 5.22.2. Specifying tokens of interest
nolog procedure : (see logging)
norb procedure
5.10.5. Rolling back on exception
22.1.8. Rolling Back When an Exception Occurs
norestrict procedure : 9.4. The Restriction Toggle
normalizing timer : 14.3.3. Setting the Timing Factor
nosavesrc procedure
5.15.8. Saving and restoring repository settings
12.8. Saving and Restoring Settings
nosavetrg procedure : 5.15.8. Saving and restoring repository settings
noshow procedure : 22.1.7.2. Showing errors
noshowhdr procedure : 5.25.3. Toggle for showing header
noshowrow procedure : 5.25.4. Toggle for showing row numbers
noshowsql procedure
5.9.1. Tracing PLVdyn activity
19.5.9. Tracing Use of Dynamic SQL
nouns, names as : 2.3.1. Choosing Appropriate and Accurate Names
nousecmnt procedure : 16.3.6. Generating Comments
nousecor procedure : 16.3.9. Including CREATE OR REPLACE
nouseexc procedure : 16.3.5. Using the PLVexc Exception Handler
nousehdr procedure : 16.3.3. Using the Program Header
nousehlp procedure : 16.3.7. Generating Online Help Text Stubs
nouseln procedure : 16.3.8. Generating Line Numbers
nousetrc procedure : 16.3.4. Using the Program Trace
now function
5.3.6. Miscellaneous programs
6.4.3. Retrieving Date and Time
6.6. The Predefined Constants
nth_atomic function
5.21.3. Analyzing string contents
10.1.3.4. nth_atomic function
NULL
checking for : (see assertion routines)
substitution value
5.3.4. Setting the NULL substitution value
6.1. Null Substitution Value
nullval function
5.3.4. Setting the NULL substitution value
6.1. Null Substitution Value
numatomics function
5.21.3. Analyzing string contents
10.1.3.3. numatomics function
number of atomics in strings : 10.1.3.3. numatomics function
numbers
bailout error : 22.1.10.1. Managing the bailout error list
checking characters for : 5.6.2. Character type functions
code line : 16.3.8. Generating Line Numbers
code lines : 15.3. Displaying Source Code
error codes : 22.1.6.1. The handle procedure
error message : 9.4. The Restriction Toggle
help index : 4.5.1. Zooming in on help text
message : 9. PLVmsg: Single-Sourcing PL/SQL Message Text
Oracle sequence : 19.4.1.5. Generating sequence numbers
table row : 5.25.4. Toggle for showing row numbers
table rows : 8.4. Showing Row Number Toggle
numinstr function
5.21.3. Analyzing string contents
10.1.3.6. numinstr function


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