Unique key

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A unique key is used to uniquely identify rows in an Oracle table. There can be one and only one row for each unique key value.

[edit] Example

CREATE TABLE t1 (c1 NUMBER PRIMARY KEY, c2 VARCHAR2(30) UNIQUE);

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