I need to pass above values to ksh within which this procedure has been called and in return output them to different ksh.
My limitations are I cannot use nawk or perl. I can use awk and sed within ksh.
I am already using associative array inside plsql procedure where name is indexed.
I can also go without using an assiciative array inside plsql procedure by just having
a straight cursor to pull the name and values, but I need to get exactly the corresponding
values for the given names in the outer most(Parent) ksh.
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