Re: What is the basic structure of PL/SQL ?
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2008 10:37:17 -0800 (PST)
On Dec 12, 5:34 am, naga <geninuesolutions..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> What is the basic structure of PL/SQL ?http://slammadoor.com/interragotories/viewtopic.php?f=177&t=1492
It starts at the beginning, which is an excellent place to be, really, as starting at the end is, well, not starting at the beginning, but starting at the end IS a valid choice for, say, eating pizza, and it is a valid dietary decision should one elect to eat dessert first, and dessert is definitely an option during a meal, but what does a cafeteria have to do with a procedural language except that they are quite similar in that both offer choices one can make when filling one's tray, so to speak, but how Trey writes his code may be very different in approach to how Eustace Needlemeyer writes his code, and code is of the essence, really, as all of the best clubs and groups require one learn a secret code otherwise one cannot enter their sanctuary, and having a sanctuary is key to keeping oneself safe and secure. It goes without saying, then, that secure code is the only code to write when using any available language and PL/SQL certainly is a language, although it's not an entirely unique one since it's actually an extension of another, older language, and speaking of extensions did you see the hairstyle on Maypo Jenkins' half-sister, if not you really missed a display and speaking of displays how does one get output to display in PL/SQL natively, especially when the natives won't cooperate fully?
It's a mystery.
Yangpo Snert Received on Wed Dec 17 2008 - 12:37:17 CST