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How To Initialize Variables with Default Values?
There are two ways to assign default values to variables at the time of declaration:
- Using key word DEFAULT - Appending "DEFAULT value" to the end of declaration statements.
- Using assignment operator - Appending ":= value" to the end of declaration statements.
The script below show you some examples of declaration statements with default values:
PROCEDURE proc_var_1 AS
domain VARCHAR2(80) := 'fyicenter.com';
price REAL DEFAULT 999999.99;
is_for_sale CHAR := 'N';
-- Executable statements
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