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What Are the Parameter Modes Supported by PL/SQL?

PL/SQL supports 3 parameter modes on procedure/function parameters:

  • IN: This is the default mode. IN parameters allow the calling code to pass values into the procedure or function.
  • OUT: OUT parameters allow the procedure or function to pass values back to the calling code.
  • IN OUT: IN OUT parameters allow the calling code to pass values into and receive values from procedure or function.

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  1. What Is a Procedure?
  2. What Is a Function?
  3. How To Define an Anonymous Procedure without Variables?
  4. How To Define an Anonymous Procedure with Variables?
  5. How To Create a Stored Procedure?
  6. How To Execute a Stored Procedure?
  7. How To Drop a Stored Procedure?
  8. How To Pass Parameters to Procedures?
  9. How To Create a Stored Function?
  10. How To Call a Stored Function?
  11. How To Drop a Stored Function?
  12. How To Call a Stored Function with Parameters?
  13. How To Define a Sub Procedure?
  14. How To Call a Sub Procedure?
  15. How To Define a Sub Function?
  16. Can Sub Procedure/Function Be Called Recursively?
  17. What Happens If Recursive Calls Get Out of Control?
  18. What Is the Order of Defining Local Variables and Sub Procedures/Functions?
  19. What Is the Difference between Formal Parameters and Actual Parameters?
  20. What Are the Parameter Modes Supported by PL/SQL?
  21. How To Use "IN" Parameter Properly?
  22. How To Use "OUT" Parameter Properly?
  23. How To Use "IN OUT" Parameter Properly?
  24. How To Define Default Values for Formal Parameters?
  25. What Are Named Parameters?
  26. What Is the Scope of a Local Variable?

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