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long query output..

I want to see the pagewise output.
Can you please help me.
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Assuming you are talking about SQL*Plus, I will direct  you to the documentation -> http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E16655_01/server.121/e18404/ch_twelve040.htm#BACGAJIC

You would want to be looking at SET PAGESIZE and SET PAUSE initially, but that link should give you all the information you need.
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With this as an example what we give

SET PAGES[IZE] {14 | n}
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For long lines you want:
set LINESIZE 1000


Where 1000 is whatever linesize you want.

Same for PAGESIZE:  That is the number of lines per page before a page break and new set of column headers.
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