Commit Frequency in PL/SQL


I have a PL/SQL procedure that will open up a cursor and process records one at a time to load them into another table.  I will be processing ~4,000 - 5,000 records per run.  I don't want to commit each record, but I also don't want to wait until the end to commit.

How can I set the commit frequency in my PL/SQL procedure to commit, say, every 500 records?

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for c1rec in c1_cursor loop
   i := i+1;
   if mod(i,500)
   end if;
end loop;

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