In most cases this will give better performance, a more stable,more secure system and have a better code structure.
Programs that access an Oracle database must use SQL.
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There are more string functions available in MySQL. A few of the functions mentioned here have aliases or close alternatives. There are also functions for converting between ASCII, binary, hexi-decimal, and octal strings. And there are also string functions related to text encryption and decryption that were not mentioned. However, I think this article has given you a good collection of common string functions that will assist you in building more powerful and accurate SQL statements.
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The TRANWRD function differs from the TRANSTRN function becauseTRANSTRN allows the replacement string to have a length of zero. TRANWRD usesa single blank instead when the replacement string has a length of zero.
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MySQL has many built-in functions that can be used to manipulate strings of data. With these functions, one can format data, extract certain characters, or create search expressions. Good developers should be aware of these useful string functions that are available. Therefore, in this edition of Unix Review's MySQL column, I will go through several string functions, grouping them by similar features, and provide examples of how they might be used.
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We will begin with Oracle 11g's support for sequence expressions in PL/SQL. As most developers will be aware, sequences have never been directly supported in PL/SQL. In versions prior to 11g, assigning a variable from a sequence (i.e. retrieving NEXTVAL or CURRVAL) is a SQL-only operation (we typically use a construct). In 11g, however, Oracle has added sequence fetching (using NEXTVAL and CURRVAL) to the list of valid PL/SQL expressions. This means we can use sequence expressions in PL/SQL anywhere we can validly use a number.
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Instead of sending a number of separate SQLinstructions to the database we now had the possibility to send a complete program and a complextransactions to the database in one call.