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I have the following problem

in sqlplus command line I execetute the following

set heading off;

and the system not result to me the column headers;


I dont know the environment variable that not result to me for example "no rows select";


any idea;


George
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If I understand the question:
set feedback off
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by:gla
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slightwv Yes you understand my question. And I accept you answer!
I am sorry for my english.
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To see the column headings:


Set linesize 10000
Set pagesize 500
set trimspool on
Set heading on
Set echo on
set underline '-'


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Never apologize for bad English.  I can guarantee your English is 100% better than my attempt at any other language.
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