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which of the following is used to obtain column data values for the row(s) selected?

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After successfully executing FETCH_ROWS() on a SELECT cursor via DBMS_SQL, which of the following is used to obtain column data values for the row(s) selected?  
Choice 1  
 DBMS_SQL.VARIABLE_VALUE()  
Choice 2  
 DBMS_SQL.BIND_VARIABLE()  
Choice 3  
 DBMS_SQL.DEFINE_COLUMN()  
Choice 4  
 DBMS_SQL.GET_COLUMN()  
Choice 5  
 DBMS_SQL.COLUMN_VALUE()  
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Question by:micky_1_7
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by:dbalaski
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Yeaaaa --  we are all going to get    Brainbench   Certified!!!
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by:q2eddie
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Hi, micky.

Choice 6
DBMS_SQL.SIT_UBU_SIT('good_dog;')

Bye. -e2
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Oops, my bad.

Choice 6
DBMS_SQL.FETCH_FRISBEE('ubu;')

Bye. -e2
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by:modder
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LOL

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Woof.

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q2eddie,

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micky_1_7,

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