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How To Enter Comments in PL/SQL?
There are two ways to enter comments into PL/SQL codes:
- SQL Statement Style: Starts you comment any where in the line but prefixed with '--'. The comment ends at the end of the line.
- C Language Style: Starts you comment any where in the line with '/*' and ends it with '*/' in the same line or some lines below.
Here is some example of PL/SQL comments:
-- This is a comment
/* To do:
Need to write some codes here
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- How To Test NULL Values?