Updating by replacement, PL-SQL Programming

Updating by replacement

Syntax:

UPDATE ENROLMENT SET Name = 'Ann'

WHERE StudentId = SID ('S1');

Note the use of SET, as already noted in connection with direct assignment to variables other than base tables.

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