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How to get only first rows of a recordset using Oracle DB

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Hi,

Under SQL Server 2000 there is the keyword TOP, that force SQL Server to get only the first X rows (SELECT TOP 10 * FROM MyTable 'retieive only the first 10 rows)...

Is there an equivalent keyword under Oracle DB.

Tanks

David
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the equivalent is select * from myTable where rownum <= 10

cheers
Parag
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