What is the fastest way to copy values from asociated array to array

Hi experts,

I have SQL type:

CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE l_obj
  AS OBJECT (Tschedule_did VARCHAR2(40),
             ReturnAmount  NUMBER,
             ReturnDt      DATE);

CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE l_coll AS TABLE OF l_obj;


I also have PL/SQL table:

rec is rescord (id number, dd date)
tbl is table of rec index by binary_integer;
pltbl tbl;

Is it possible in pl/sql to copy all rows from PL/SQL table to SQL type array
without looping through pl/sql table?
sky_ltAsked:
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SujithData ArchitectCommented:
Why do you want to do that?
You can use the vairable of type l_coll itself to do the processing.
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SujithData ArchitectCommented:
However, if both types are identical you may try to do this to bulk collect the data in to the local variable.

 select * bulk collect into <pltbl>
 from table(<variable of type l_coll >);
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sky_ltAuthor Commented:
i need to copy data from asociated array in example pltbl  to array l_coll
currently i use such synttax

for i in pltbl.firs..pltbl.last loop
        l_coll.EXTEND;
        l_coll(l_coll.COUNT) := prib_leasing_obj('AAA''
                                                                 pltbl(i).id,
                                                                 pltbl(i).dd);
end loop;
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