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Part I: Programming in PL/SQL

Part I of this book introduces PL/SQL and presents the basics of how to program in Oracle-based applications.

  • Chapter 1, Introduction to PL/SQL , introduces PL/SQL and explains where it came from. It describes the various PL/SQL versions and environments you might be using and the differences among the implementations of PL/SQL. It also presents some basic PL/SQL programming principles.

  • Chapter 2, PL/SQL Language Fundamentals , introduces the PL/SQL character set, identifiers, literals, and other basic elements of the language.

  • Chapter 3, Effective Coding Style , presents guidelines for coding style and discusses how the decisions you make about the formatting of your programs can determine how readable and useful those programs can be.

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