Select query, PL-SQL Programming

Query:

SELECT * FROM EMPLOYEE1;

Select 5 columns and all rows from one table

Query:

SELECT C_ID, COMPANY, BUILDING, DEPARTMENT, BRANCH FROM CONTRACT;

 

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