package RECURSION : Package « PL SQL « Oracle PL / SQL


SQL> create package RECURSION is
  2   procedure A(p number);
  3   procedure B(p number);
  4   end;
  5  /

SQL> create or replace package body RECURSION is
  3   procedure A(p number) is
  4   begin
  5        B(p+1);
  6   end;
  8   procedure B(p number) is
  9   begin
 10       A(p+1);
 11   end;
 13   end;
 14  /

Package body created.



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