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1.Aggregate Functions
2.Analytical Functions
3.Char Functions
4.Constraints
5.Conversion Functions
6.Cursor
7.Data Type
8.Date Timezone
9.Hierarchical Query
10.Index
11.Insert Delete Update
12.Large Objects
13.Numeric Math Functions
14.Object Oriented Database
15.PL SQL
16.Regular Expressions
17.Report Column Page
18.Result Set
19.Select Query
20.Sequence
21.SQL Plus
22.Stored Procedure Function
23.Subquery
24.System Packages
25.System Tables Views
26.Table
27.Table Joins
28.Trigger
29.User Previliege
30.View
31.XML
Oracle PL / SQL » PL SQL » Package 
1.Create a package declaration and create its body after
2.Create a package level variable
3.call utitilities package
4.Package for output employee table and log message
5.Package with package level cursor variable
6.Overloading Packaged Subprograms
7.A PL/SQL package with two methods
8.Package level Exception
9.This package will not compile because the body does not match the specification.
10.dependencies between an anonymous calling block and package runtime state.
11.RESTRICT_REFERENCES pragma.
12.Without RESTRICT_REFERENCES pragma.
13.Persistance of packaged variables.
14.A package with one method
15.Package level variable as global level variable
16.Global definition
17.Student fetch package
18.Cursor operation between package functions
19.The pragma is not valid at the package level.
20.Create package and member cursor
21.Nested package reference
22.Overloaded packages.
23.Overloading based on user defined object types.
24.package RECURSION
25.Crosss reference between two packages
26.Counter package
27.Package initialization.
28.Packages allows forward references, thus opening the possibilities for recursion.
29.Use package level type as global variables
30.Use package member variable to pass value
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