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How To Concatenate Two Text Values?

There are two ways to concatenate two text values together:

  • CONCAT() function.
  • '||' operation.

Here is some examples on how to use them:

SELECT 'FYI' || 'Center' || '.com' FROM DUAL;
FYICenter.com 

SELECT CONCAT('FYICenter','.com') FROM DUAL;
FYICenter.com 

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