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how to use a function as OUT variable inside a procedure [message #298625] Wed, 06 February 2008 19:32 Go to next message
ryuva4u
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how to use a function as OUT variable inside a procedure Razz
Re: how to use a function as OUT variable inside a procedure [message #298627 is a reply to message #298625] Wed, 06 February 2008 19:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
vamsi kasina
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Is there any problem in doing that?
What did you write? Did you get any error?

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Re: how to use a function as OUT variable inside a procedure [message #298650 is a reply to message #298625] Thu, 07 February 2008 00:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michel Cadot
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You can't use a function as OUT parameter.
This is meaningless.
Think about it. An OUT parameter is something that RECEIVES a value. A function is something that GIVES a value.

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Re: how to use a function as OUT variable inside a procedure [message #298667 is a reply to message #298625] Thu, 07 February 2008 01:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
raj1222
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hi,

The purpose of function is to take one or more arguments and return a single value.
if it returns more value the performance is decreased.
Re: how to use a function as OUT variable inside a procedure [message #298780 is a reply to message #298667] Thu, 07 February 2008 11:41 Go to previous message
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What is the relation between your comment and your original question?

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