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Oracle || Oracle Session-4 by Dinesh

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anita shekar (6 months ago)
nice videos ,thank you sir
Durga Software Solutions (6 months ago)
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Banisetti Atchuta (7 months ago)
Super explanation sir... 👏
b reddy (10 months ago)
What such a gud faculty u r sir..ur way of teaching excellent &giving clear explanation of each and every part with examples..we need this type of faculty for getting much knowledge on Oracle..even we didn't get this much of explanations in institutes also..thanks for the videos sir 😊
steven macdonald (1 year ago)
great videos.
Vikash Kumar (1 year ago)
sir .....;could you please dot 1>,in a single table .,why not using more than "long" ---datatype dot 2> you have mention 5+4 for number(9,4) , does that mean that we can have only upto 5 numbers before decimal point and of course after decimal is 4. I just want to clarify before decimal, so please let me which is correct from the below example a) for number(9,4) = 47896.1234 or 123213.9874
Ganesh W (1 year ago)
INTEGER , TIMESTAMP are these datatypes??
Kovvuri Varma (1 year ago)
thank u very much
vilash kumar (1 year ago)
suprb
adam smith (1 year ago)
Great video Sir, at video time 16:28 , you have mention 5+4 for number(9,4) , does that mean that we can have only upto 5 numbers before decimal point and of course after decimal is 4. I just want to clarify before decimal, so please let me which is correct from the below example a) for number(9,4) = 12345.1234 or b) for number (9,4) = 123456.1234
raju u (4 days ago)
Option 'A' is correct
surya A surya (11 months ago)
Option a is correct bro..
Chandan Singh (1 year ago)
Hi adam, number(9,4) means that you can use maximum 9 digits before decimal points and you can use maximum 4 digits after the decimal points. thanks
Sachin Chawla (2 years ago)
Best videos ever seen with such a nice and clear concept with related [email protected] a good and experienced trainer of oracle
avvaru venkatesh (2 years ago)
excellent teaching sir

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