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Equivalent in Oracle to SET NOCOUNT ON (T-SQL

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Hi,

SET NOCOUNT ON is a set statement which prevents the message which shows the number of rows affected by T-SQL query statements. This is used within stored procedures and triggers to avoid showing the affected rows message. Using SET NOCOUNT ON within a stored procedure can improve the performance of the stored procedure by a significant margin.

Is there an Oracle equivalent to this statement ?

Thanks in advance,
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