Explicit Cursors?

SELECT statements that occur within PL/SQL blocks are known as embedded, they must return one row and may only return one row. To get around this you can define a SELECT statement as a cursor (an area of memory), run the query and then manipulate the returned rows within the cursor. Cursors are controlled via four command statements.

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