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i have this query in a Oracle forms Builder
select rtrim(PTRTRAAPP)||' '||rtrim(PTRTRAAPM)||' '||rtrim(PTRTRANOM) nombre, PTRCODTRA codigo
from   plnmaetra
where  (PTRCODCIA=:global.cia or PTRCODCIA='008' or PTRCODCIA='001')
and    PTRCODSUC='001'
and    PTRCODTRA=PTRCODTRA
and    ptrflgest NOT IN ('D','A','J','4'/*,'C'*/)
AND    rtrim(PTRTRAAPP)||' '||rtrim(PTRTRAAPM)||' '||rtrim(PTRTRANOM) LIKE '%'||:B03.VAR_DESEMP||'%'
order  by rtrim(PTRTRAAPP)||' '||rtrim(PTRTRAAPM)||' '||rtrim(PTRTRANOM)

i need execute in PL/SQL Developer, With what code should I replace this?
:global.cia
ptrflgest NOT IN ('D','A','J','4'/*,'C'*/) whats the mean: *,'C'*
:B03.VAR_DESEMP
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This is a comment:   /*,'C'*/,     /* is the comment start delimiter,   */  is the comment end delimiter

so  
     ptrflgest NOT IN ('D','A','J','4'/*,'C'*/)
is functionally the same as
     ptrflgest NOT IN ('D','A','J','4')


pl/sql developer supports bind variables  but not with periods in them.

So,  in a Test Window  (not a SQL Window),  change   :global.cia  to :global_cia
and   :B03.VAR_DESEMP  to :B03_VAR_DESEMP

and then on the bottom of the window you can specify the variable names (without the colons), datatypes and values.
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And ":global.cia" and ":B03..." are references to Oracle Forms variables that likely have particular values inside the Form.  You will have to provide values to replace those variables if you run this outside of Oracle Forms.
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