Exam 1Z0-144 - Oracle Database 11g: Program with PL/SQL
PL/SQL, or Procedural Language/Structured Query Language, is a custom procedural extension of SQL created by Oracle Corporation for use with the Oracle relational database. Oracle Database 11g has been in the field since 2007. Exam 1Z0-146 is an exam for junior-level PL/SQL developers and covers the syntax and the programming elements most commonly used in PL/SQL.
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Which of the following is not one of the benefits of using PL/SQL?
A. Ability to declare variables and constants.
B. Support for Object-Oriented Programming.
C. Capability to develop web applications.
D. Mostly OS-independent.
E. Tight Integration with SQL.
Which of the following statements about anonymous PL/SQL blocks is true?
A. They are compiled only the first time the block is executed in a session.
B. They can be imbedded in an OCI program.
C. They can only make use of bind variables.
D. They can be created as either a function or a procedure.
E. They can be called from other PL/SQL blocks.
You need a small lookup table that will be generated in memory every time a PL/SQL procedure is invoked or a package that declares it is initialized. Which of the following is the proper composite data type to use?
Choose one answer:
A. Nested Table
B. Bulk Collection
C. Associative array
D. FORALL Array
Which of the following is a valid implicit cursor attribute?
Which of the following is a valid reason for deciding to create a subprogram as a function rather than as a procedure?
A. It must be callable from SQL statements.
B. It must be stored as a named object in the data dictionary.
C. It must be callable from both named and anonymous PL/SQL blocks.
D. The purpose is to accept one parameter and return multiple values.
E. The subprogram will require the use of both IN and OUT parameters.