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ASCII → Syntax ascii::= Text description of ascii Purpose ASCII returns the decimal representation in the … ASCII, then this function returns an ASCII value. If your database character set is EBCDIC Code, then … . Examples The following example returns the ASCII decimal equivalent of the letter
ASCII → INSTR LENGTH Datetime Functions Datetime functions operate on values of the DATE datatype. All datetime functions return a datetime or interval value of DATE datatype, except the MONTHS_BETWEEN function, which returns a number. The datetime functions are:
An LDIF file Containing Only ASCII Strings → In this scenario, character strings for attribute values are also in ASCII. Because all tools use … the UTF-8 character set by default, and ASCII is a proper subset of UTF-8, all tools can interpret … these files. The same is true of keyboard input of values that are simply ASCII strings.An LDIF file Containing UTF-8 Encoded Strings
Asian Language Character Sets → Language Character Sets Name Description Comments BN8BSCII Bangladesh National Code 8-bit BSCII SB, ASCII … ZHT16BIG5 BIG5 16-bit Traditional Chinese MB, ASCII ZHT16HKSCS MS Windows Code Page 950 with Hong … Kong Supplementary Character Set MB, ASCII, EURO ZHS16CGB231280 CGB2312-80 16-bit Simplified Chinese … MB, ASCII
Line Length → The maximum line length is 1299 for lines consisting of only ASCII characters, or 324 for multibyte characters.
European Language Character Sets → Language Character Sets Name Description Comments US7ASCII ASCII 7-bit American SB, ASCII SF7ASCII … ASCII 7-bit Finnish SB YUG7ASCII ASCII 7-bit Yugoslavian SB RU8BESTA BESTA 8-bit Latin/Cyrillic SB … , ASCII EL8GCOS7 Bull EBCDIC GCOS7 8-bit Greek SB WE8GCOS7 Bull EBCDIC GCOS7 8-bit West European
Middle Eastern Language Character Sets → /Arabic SB, ASCII AR8APTEC715T APTEC 715 8-bit Latin/Arabic SB AR8ASMO708PLUS ASMO 708 Plus 8-bit Latin … /Arabic SB, ASCII AR8ASMO8X ASMO Extended 708 8-bit Latin/Arabic SB, ASCII AR8ADOS710 Arabic MS-DOS 710 … Server 8-bit Latin/Arabic SB, ASCII AR8ADOS710T Arabic MS-DOS 710 8-bit Latin/Arabic SB AR8ADOS720
Editing Initialization Parameter File → file. Use only an ASCII text editor to modify the file.
JDBC oracle.sql.CLOB Methods and Properties for CLOB-Buffering → java.io.InputStream getAsciiStream() Reads the LOB as an ASCII stream java.io.OutputStream … getAsciiOutputStream() Writes to the LOB from an ASCII stream java.io.Reader getCharacterStream() Reads the LOB as
ASCIISTR → any character set and returns an ASCII string in the database character set. The value returned … contains only characters that appear in SQL, plus the forward slash (/). Non-ASCII characters are … example returns the ASCII string equivalent of the text string " ABÄCDE ": SELECT ASCIISTR('ABÄCDE') FROM DUAL; ASCIIS ------ ABDCDE
Usage Notes → package to return illegal and reserved characters. URLs should consist of US-ASCII characters only. See … -ASCII characters only. The use of non-US-ASCII characters in a URL is generally unsafe. An Oracle
Character Set Scanner Compatibility → same release except that you cannot mix ASCII-based and EBCDIC-based platforms. For example, the … Oracle9 i release 2 (9.2) versions of the Character Set Scanner on any ASCII-based client platforms are … certified to run with any Oracle9 i release 2 (9.2) databases on any ASCII-based platforms, while
getEncoding() → Description Returns the name of the current document's character encoding scheme, such as " ASCII
XMLOutputStream() → Description Builds an ASCII output. The options are described in the following table. Syntax
3.1 Bulk Loading → Bulk loading can import large amounts of ASCII data into an Oracle database. Bulk loading is
Using LOBs → is 4 Gigabytes) such as ASCII text, text in National Characters, files in various graphics formats, and sound wave forms.
What are LOBs? → ASCII text, National Character text, files in various graphics formats, and sound wave forms.
Using Globalization Support with LDIF Files → See Also: "LDAP Data Interchange Format (LDIF) Syntax" Attribute types are always ASCII strings … properly. There are two scenarios: An LDIF file Containing Only ASCII Strings An LDIF file Containing UTF-8 Encoded Strings
The CHARSET Parameter → character set was ASCII or EBCDIC. Use this parameter to indicate the actual character set used at … export time. The Import utility will verify whether the specified character set is ASCII or EBCDIC … and the export file is ASCII, Import will verify that the user session character set is ASCII. Or, if