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Stupid Proc Tricks -The Weird and Wonderful Overload

When overloading a procedure or function it is the calling parameters that make the difference. The return type does not make a difference as far as the ability to overload. Generally, when talking about overloaded procedures, you will hear or read something like “You must change at least one of the parameter data types to overload it.” But that’s not really true.

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Private vs Public Global Variables

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When WHEN OTHERS is Evil

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Building a PL/SQL Code Parser (using PL/SQL), Part 3

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Building a PL/SQL Code Parser (using PL/SQL), Part 2

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Building a PL/SQL Code Parser (using PL/SQL), Part 1

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