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Get a list of procs/functions etc... within a package

Posted on 2013-06-21
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Is there a query I can run that will give me the procedures names only contained within a package?

I don't want detail.  Just a list of the procedures, functions, etc...
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in sqlplus:
desc pkg_name

desc is short for describe.
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