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D PL/SQL Reserved Words and Keywords

Reserved words (listed in Table D-1) and keywords (listed in Table D-2) are identifiers that have special meaning in PL/SQL. They are case-insensitive. For more information about them, see "Reserved Words and Keywords".

Note:

Some of the words in this appendix are also reserved by SQL. You can display them with the dynamic performance view V$RESERVED_WORDS. For information about this view, see Oracle Database Reference.

Table D-1 PL/SQL Reserved Words

Begins with: Reserved Words

A

ALL, ALTER, AND, ANY, AS, ASC, AT

B

BEGIN, BETWEEN, BY

C

CASE, CHECK, CLUSTERS, CLUSTER, COLAUTH, COLUMNS, COMPRESS, CONNECT, CRASH, CREATE, CURSOR

D

DECLARE, DEFAULT, DESC, DISTINCT, DROP

E

ELSE, END, EXCEPTION, EXCLUSIVE

F

FETCH, FOR, FROM, FUNCTION

G

GOTO, GRANT, GROUP

H

HAVING

I

IDENTIFIED, IF, IN, INDEX, INDEXES, INSERT, INTERSECT, INTO, IS

L

LIKE, LOCK

M

MINUS, MODE

N

NOCOMPRESS, NOT, NOWAIT, NULL

O

OF, ON, OPTION, OR, ORDER, OVERLAPS

P

PROCEDURE, PUBLIC

R

RESOURCE, REVOKE

S

SELECT, SHARE, SIZE, SQL, START, SUBTYPE

T

TABAUTH, TABLE, THEN, TO, TYPE

U

UNION, UNIQUE, UPDATE

V

VALUES, VIEW, VIEWS

W

WHEN, WHERE, WITH


Table D-2 PL/SQL Keywords

Begins with: Keywords

A

A, ADD, AGENT, AGGREGATE, ARRAY, ATTRIBUTE, AUTHID, AVG

B

BFILE_BASE, BINARY, BLOB_BASE, BLOCK, BODY, BOTH, BOUND, BULK, BYTE

C

C, CALL, CALLING, CASCADE, CHAR, CHAR_BASE, CHARACTER, CHARSET, CHARSETFORM, CHARSETID, CLOB_BASE, CLOSE, COLLECT, COMMENT, COMMIT, COMMITTED, COMPILED, CONSTANT, CONSTRUCTOR, CONTEXT, CONTINUE, CONVERT, COUNT, CURRENT, CUSTOMDATUM

D

DANGLING, DATA, DATE, DATE_BASE, DAY, DEFINE, DELETE, DETERMINISTIC, DOUBLE, DURATION

E

ELEMENT, ELSIF, EMPTY, ESCAPE, EXCEPT, EXCEPTIONS, EXECUTE, EXISTS, EXIT, EXTERNAL

F

FINAL, FIXED, FLOAT, FORALL, FORCE

G

GENERAL

H

HASH, HEAP, HIDDEN, HOUR

I

IMMEDIATE, INCLUDING, INDICATOR, INDICES, INFINITE, INSTANTIABLE, INT, INTERFACE, INTERVAL, INVALIDATE, ISOLATION

J

JAVA

L

LANGUAGE, LARGE, LEADING, LENGTH, LEVEL, LIBRARY, LIKE2, LIKE4, LIKEC, LIMIT, LIMITED, LOCAL, LONG, LOOP

M

MAP, MAX, MAXLEN, MEMBER, MERGE, MIN, MINUTE, MOD, MODIFY, MONTH, MULTISET

N

NAME, NAN, NATIONAL, NATIVE, NCHAR, NEW, NOCOPY, NUMBER_BASE

O

OBJECT, OCICOLL, OCIDATE, OCIDATETIME, OCIDURATION, OCIINTERVAL, OCILOBLOCATOR, OCINUMBER, OCIRAW, OCIREF, OCIREFCURSOR, OCIROWID, OCISTRING, OCITYPE, OLD, ONLY, OPAQUE, OPEN, OPERATOR, ORACLE, ORADATA, ORGANIZATION, ORLANY, ORLVARY, OTHERS, OUT, OVERRIDING

P

PACKAGE, PARALLEL_ENABLE, PARAMETER, PARAMETERS, PARENT, PARTITION, PASCAL, PIPE, PIPELINED, PRAGMA, PRECISION, PRIOR, PRIVATE

R

RAISE, RANGE, RAW, READ, RECORD, REF, REFERENCE, RELIES_ON, REM, REMAINDER, RENAME, RESULT, RESULT_CACHE, RETURN, RETURNING, REVERSE, ROLLBACK, ROW

S

SAMPLE, SAVE, SAVEPOINT, SB1, SB2, SB4, SECOND, SEGMENT, SELF, SEPARATE, SEQUENCE, SERIALIZABLE, SET, SHORT, SIZE_T, SOME, SPARSE, SQLCODE, SQLDATA, SQLNAME, SQLSTATE, STANDARD, STATIC, STDDEV, STORED, STRING, STRUCT, STYLE, SUBMULTISET, SUBPARTITION, SUBSTITUTABLE, SUM, SYNONYM

T

TDO, THE, TIME, TIMESTAMP, TIMEZONE_ABBR, TIMEZONE_HOUR, TIMEZONE_MINUTE, TIMEZONE_REGION, TRAILING, TRANSACTION, TRANSACTIONAL, TRUSTED

U

UB1, UB2, UB4, UNDER, UNSIGNED, UNTRUSTED, USE, USING

V

VALIST, VALUE, VARIABLE, VARIANCE, VARRAY, VARYING, VOID

W

WHILE, WORK, WRAPPED, WRITE

Y

YEAR

Z

ZONE