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Oracle syntax question

What does := mean?
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horalia
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ajexpertCommented:
It is the assignment operator in oracle

for e.g. if we want to assign value 1 to variable var_a then


DECLARE
   var_a   NUMBER;
BEGIN
   var_a := 1;
END;

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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
Assignment operator in PL/SQL. More important basics can be found here.
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