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Index: G

GET_LINE procedure
C.9.3. The GET_LINE procedure
C.17.1.5. The GET_LINE procedure
GET_LINES procedure : C.9.4. The GET_LINES procedure
GET_LOG_AGE procedure : C.13.2. The GET_LOG_AGE procedure
GET_TIME function : C.16.6. The GET_TIME function
GET_TIME Function : 25.1.1. Use the DBMS_UTILITY.GET_TIME Function
GETLENGTH function : C.6.11. The GETLENGTH function
global
data
16.1.4. Object Persistence
16.5.2. Global Within a Single Oracle Session
variables : 22.5.4. Avoid Global Variables and Data Structures
GOTO statements : 5.2.1. The GOTO Statement
inside loop : 7.7.2.4. GOTO statements inside a loop
with NULL statements : 5.2.2.4. Using NULL with GOTO to avoid additional statement execution
greater than (>=) operator : 2.1. The PL/SQL Character Set
GREATEST function : 13.3.2. The GREATEST function
GROUP BY clause
for partial column values : 17.8.5. GROUP BY Partial Column Values
functions in : 17.1. Looking at the Problem
group functions in cursors : 6.13.1.1. Inefficiency of group functions in cursors


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