PL/SQl   how do I guard against someone entering a form field that is not a number?

Posted on 2005-05-04
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PL/SQl   how do I guard against someone entering a form field that is not a number?  

If they enter something that is not a number, what does the programming look like to check for non-numerical answers?
Question by:mintsii
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FalconHawk earned 2000 total points
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I think this is something thats more a Programming area question. You should post a 0 point pointer to this question, to get more responce. Greetz,

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