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How do PLS_INTEGER values differ from BINARY_INTEGER values?

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How do PLS_INTEGER values differ from BINARY_INTEGER values?  
Choice 1  
 PLS_INTEGERs have a greater range.  
Choice 2  
 PLS_INTEGERs raise an exception on calculation overflows.  
Choice 3  
 PLS_INTEGERs use library arithmetic resulting in reduced performance.  
Choice 4  
 PLS_INTEGERs are only used in conjunction with PL/SQL tables.  
Choice 5  
 There are no differences
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