Single-Row Functions - Oracle PL SQL Course - Lesson 5 | SQL courses
This video explain the character, number, date, conversion and general categories of functions manipulates the data about Single-Row Functions in Oracle PLSQL.
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Duration: 22:06 min
Summary: Single-row functions are the primary way to simply modify data when reading rows in a Oracle table. These functions can receive none, one or more parameters and returns a single value. This video explain the character, number, date, conversion and general categories of functions manipulates the data. The characters functions shown include LOWER(), UPPER(), INITCAP(), CONCAT(), SUBSTR(), INSTR(), LENGTH(), LPAD(), RPAD() and TRIM(). The number functions shown include the ROUND() and the TRUNC() functions. The date functions shown include the SYSDATE, MONTHS_BETWEE(), ADD_MONTHS(), ROUND() and TRUNC(). The conversion functions shown are the TO_CHAR(), TO_NUMBER() and TO_DATE(). The general functions presented are the NVL(), NVL2(), DECODE() and the CASE structure.