Mixed notation, PL-SQL Programming

Mixed Notation

The fourth procedure call shows that you can mix the positional and named notation. In this situation, the first parameter uses the positional notation, & the second parameter uses the named notation. The Positional notation should precede the named notation. The reverse is not permitted. For illustration, the procedure call below is illegal:

credit_acct(acct_no => acct, amt); -- illegal

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