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Datatypes Used in Oracle 9i


For those who use databases but are not familar to the Oracle 9i database, perhaps you should read about the datatypes used in Oracle 9i and how they can be used to support object orientation.

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By: Ben Shepherd
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April 30, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Datatypes Used in Oracle 9i
  2. · The Article
  3. · Conclusion

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Datatypes Used in Oracle 9i - Conclusion
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You should now know what datatypes exist in Oracle 9i. You should also understand how one could use this datatypes to create abstract datatypes and hence support object orientation.

Now you understand how datatypes work in Oracle, you should be ready to create Oracle tables.


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