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Which of the following Oracle built-in packages provides routines which manipulate system-generated rowid values?

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Which of the following Oracle built-in packages provides routines which manipulate system-generated rowid values?  
Choice 1  
 DBMS_SYSTEM  
Choice 2  
 DBMS_UTILITY  
Choice 3  
 DBMS_ROWID  
Choice 4  
 STANDARD  
Choice 5  
 UTL_ROWID
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