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CodeSnip: How to make use of parameterized cursor in Oracle     
Total Hits: 146  |  Today: 0Author: Deepankar Sarangi      Rating:  
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Often it is convenient to pass a given set of values as input parameter to a cursor. It is very useful where nested cursors are used. Parameterizing the cursor makes it more usable and avoids the limitation of hard coding values in where the clause. In this code snippet, Deepankar examines this technique with the help of the relevant SQL code. He also provides a brief analysis of the code and also a screenshot of the final output....

INFO: ASP.NET Code-Behind Model Overview     
Total Hits: 137  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft      Rating:  
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This article provides a brief overview of the code-behind model, which is introduced in ASP.NET.

In-line code is code that is embedded directly within the ASP.NET page....

Printer-friendly Pages     
Total Hits: 219  |  Today: 0Author: James Shaw      Rating:  
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There are some elements all sites should provide for their users. For instance, most sites should make available a link to a printer-friendly version of a Web page. Web sites almost always surround the real content with navigation bars, advertisements, page counters, and other elements that often distract readers. And, when users print pages, they're tainted by links and images that are completely unrelated to the users' real subject of interest. You can use my PrinterFriendly class to give your...



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