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Variable table name in FROM of a SELECT in PL/SQL

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Hallo all,

I want to output number of rows in 10 tables.

1) how to make the attached code work in Oracle 10? I get "ORA-00933: SQL-Befehl wurde nicht korrekt beendet" on the line "select count(*) into n from mytables(i);"
2) it there a better way to accomplish my task?

Thanks
declare
 type tables_varray is varray(10) of varchar2(100);
 mytables tables_varray := tables_varray('MPM_MITA', 'MPM_ORGA', 'MPM_VEBE', 'MPM_FUNK', 'LIS_RV', 'BVS_BV', 'BVS_BV_BESTELLUNG', 'BVS_BV_BIETER', 'BVS_KONTAKT', 'BVS_FRZGPROJ');
 n number;
begin
  FOR i in mytables.first .. mytables.last LOOP
    select count(*) into n from mytables(i); 
    dbms_output.put_line(mytables(i) || ': ' || n);
  END LOOP;
end;

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         EXECUTE IMMEDIATE 'SELECT COUNT(*) FROM ' || MYTABLES(INX) into n;
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