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Which of the following answer sets contains only valid PL/SQL reserved words?

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Which of the following answer sets contains only valid PL/SQL reserved words?  
Choice 1  
 TO_CHAR, INOUT  
Choice 2  
 VALUES, DATA  
Choice 3  
 SELECT, EXCEPTION  
Choice 4  
 PROC, PACKAGE  
Choice 5  
 PRAGMA, MULTI_ROW  
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