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Smallest Integer Greater Than integer greater han eual o he specified number and POWER returns a number raised o a particular power LOB functions Operate *on returns a number raised o a particular power LOB functions Operate *on object data Examples include EMPTYBLOB returns an empty locator of he *large object data Examples include EMPTYBLOB returns an empty locator of he large object ype and EMPTYCLOB returns an empty locator of he character large object ype Conversion functions Perform explicit conversions of different ypes of data Examples include TOCHAR converts a number or date Legends of the Improbable Saints to a string and TONUMBER converts a stringo a number Miscellaneous functions Examples include GREATEST returns he greatest of he specified list of values and UID returns Where She Went the user ID ofhe current Oracle session Built in packages collections of PL SL objects such as functions procedures and data structures greatly expand Wake Up, Mummy: The heartbreaking true story of an abused little girl whose mother was too drunk to notice the scope ofhe PL SL language These packages are descri. ,
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