Oracle – PL-SQL – Introduction to Cursors

A cursor is basically a set of rows that we can access one at a time. When we use the cursor, it means we have the select statement that returns the more than one row; we need to access the one row at a time. Working of Cursors Basically in the cursors, we retrieve or fetch the rows using SELECT statement into the cursors then retrieve or fetch the row from the cursor one by one. (i.e. fetch one row

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