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Oracle Tutorials - Assign Values to Variables
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How To Assign Values to Variables?
You can use assignment statements to assign values to variables. An assignment statement
contains an assignment operator ":=", which takes the value specified on the right to the variable
on left. The script below show you some examples of assignment statements:
PROCEDURE proc_var_2 AS
counter NUMBER := 0;
is_done := FASLE;
counter := counter + 1;
message := 'Hello world!';
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