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How To Define a Specific RECORD Type?
If you want to define a specific RECORD type, you need to use the TYPE ... IS RECORD statement
in the declaration part of any procedure or function. The following example script defines
a RECORD type called STUDENT:
CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE HELLO AS
TYPE student IS RECORD (
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