Wrapping and unwrapping in sql, PL-SQL Programming

Wrapping and unwrapping in SQL

Operators WRAP and UNWRAP in connection with attributes whose declared types are tuple types. Example shows how extension and projection can be used to replace a given set of attribute values in each tuple of a given relation by a single tuple consisting of those values; the next example then illustrates the use of WRAP as a convenient shorthand for the same purpose (on the admittedly rare occasions on which it is likely to arise in practice).

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