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What is the difference between Oracle 9i and 10g or 11g.

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What does i and g stands for.
What is the difference.
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i means Internet support
g means Grid technology
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I-Internet
G-Grid

in 12, the C is Cloud.

Differences are many.  I suggest you check out the New Features docs for the respective versions.

At a high level:  9 and 10 are no longer supported.
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btw: a split would have been nice (for slightwv)...
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And an "A" grade.

Alex,
They just closed it out by selecting the last post to get around the new question lock.  It's common.

I'm OK but if you feel strongly about it, you can click the request attention link and a Moderator will take care of it.
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I'm OK, too. But this is kind of "bad practice" of how EE should NOT be used (regarding the grades) ;-)
so, whatever...
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