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Create a table with ORGANIZATION INDEX

SQL> create table addresses
  2  ( empno     number(4),
  3    addr_type varchar2(10),
  4    street    varchar2(20),
  5    city      varchar2(20),
  6    state            varchar2(2),
  7    zip              number,
  8    primary key (empno,addr_type)
  9  )
 11  /

Table created.

SQL> drop table addresses;

Table dropped.

SQL> --


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