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How To Use "IF" Statements on Multiple Conditions?
If you have multiple blocks of codes to be executed based on different conditions, you
can use the "IF ... ELSIF" statement. Here is a sample script on IF statements:
day := 'SUNDAY';
IF day = 'THURSDAY' THEN
DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Checking log files.');
ELSIF day = 'TUESDAY' THEN
ELSIF day = 'FRIDAY' THEN
DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Reading some papers.');
This script should print this:
Reading some papers.
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