Sql operators, PL-SQL Programming

SQL Operators

The PL/SQL uses all the SQL set, comparison, and row operators in the SQL statements. This part briefly describes some of these operators. 

1. Comparison Operators

2. Set Operators

3. Row Operators

 

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