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Oracle PL/SQL Programming, 4th Edition (edition 2005)

by Steven Feuerstein, Bill Pribyl

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Title:Oracle PL/SQL Programming, 4th Edition
Authors:Steven Feuerstein
Other authors:Bill Pribyl
Info:O'Reilly Media, Inc. (2005), Edition: 4, Paperback, 1198 pages
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Oracle PL/SQL Programming by Steven Feuerstein



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This book isn't for the novice. YOu need to know some SQL at least and the concepts of a relational database also. ( )
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Substr oracle ( oracle substring ), You will get all the information theory plus codes with simple examples.
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Oracle PL/SQL - kurz & gut ist eine Schnellreferenz zur Programmiersprache PL/SQL, die prozentuale Erweiterungen der relationalen Datenbanksprache SQL und zahlreiche Oracle-Entwicklungstools zur Verfügung stellt.
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For the past ten years, O'Reilly's Oracle PL/SQL Programming has been the bestselling book on PL/SQL, Oracle's powerful procedural language. Packed with examples and helpful recommendations, the book has helped everyone--from novices to experienced developers, and from Oracle Forms developers to database administrators--make the most of PL/SQL.

The fourth edition is a comprehensive update, adding significant new content and extending coverage to include the very latest Oracle version, Oracle Database 10g Release 2. It describes such new features as the PL/SQL optimizing compiler, conditional compilation, compile-time warnings, regular expressions, set operators for nested tables, nonsequential collections in FORALL, the programmer-defined quoting mechanism, the ability to backtrace an exception to a line number, a variety of new built-in packages, and support for IEEE 754 compliant floating-point numbers.

The new edition adds brand-new chapters on security (including encryption, row-level security, fine-grained auditing, and application contexts), file, email, and web I/O (including the built-in packages DBMS_OUTPUT, UTL_FILE, UTL_MAIL, UTL_SMTP, and UTL_HTTP) and globalization and localization.

Co-authored by the world's foremost PL/SQL authority, Steven Feuerstein, this classic reference provides language syntax, best practices, and extensive code, ranging from simple examples to complete applications--making it a must-have on your road to PL/SQL mastery. A companion web site contains many more examples and additional technical content for enhanced learning.

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