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Creating an index-organized table

  


SQL> -- Creating an index-organized table:
SQL>
SQL> create table states (
  2        state_id         varchar2(2),
  3        state_name       varchar2(20),
  4        constraint states_pk
  5          primary key (state_id)
  6      )
  7      organization index
  8      /

Table created.

SQL>
SQL> drop table states;

           
         
    
  










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