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How To Assign Query Results to Variables?
If you want to assign results from SELECT statements to variables,
you can use the INTO clause, which an extension of SELECT statements for PL/SQL.
The sample code below shows some good example on INTO clause:
SELECT COUNT(*) INTO total FROM employees;
DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Count = ' || TO_CHAR(total));
SELECT SYSDATE INTO now FROM DUAL;
DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Now = ' || TO_CHAR(now, 'SSSSS'));
SELECT first_name, last_name INTO fname, lname
WHERE employee_id = 100;
DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Name = ' || fname || ' ' || lname);
Count = 107
Now = 82375
Name = Steven King
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- How To Assign Data of the Deleted Row to Variables?
- What Is a RECORD in PL/SQL?
- How To Define a Specific RECORD Type?
- How To Define a Variable of a Specific RECORD Type?
- How To Assign Values to Data Fields in RECORD Variables?
- How To Retrieve Values from Data Fields in RECORD Variables?
- How To Define a Data Field as NOT NULL?
- How To Define a RECORD Variable to Store a Table Row?
- How To Assign a Table Row to a RECORD Variable?
- How To Insert a RECORD into a Table?
- How To Update a Table Row with a RECORD?
- How To Define a Variable to Match a Table Column Data Type?