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SQL Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

MOD

MODSyntax mod::= Description of the illustration mod.gif Purpose MOD returns the remainder of m … following example returns the remainder of 11 divided by 4: SELECT MOD(11,4) "Modulus" FROM DUAL … function when m is negative. The classical modulus can be expressed using the MOD function with this … formula: m - n

Error Messages, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

36 PLS-00049 to PLS-01913

PLS-01410: Use of 'MOD' tokenCause: Use of 'PRIOR_' token in expressions is not in ANSI's grammar. Action: none PLS-01410: Use of 'MOD' token

Error Messages, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

16 ORA-29250 to ORA-32775

ORA-31215: DBMS_LDAP: PL/SQL - Invalid LDAP mod value.the LDAP mod type that you use for LDAP populate_mod_array operation, or report the error number and … description to Oracle Support. ORA-31215: DBMS_LDAP: PL/SQL - Invalid LDAP mod value.

Error Messages, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

16 ORA-29250 to ORA-32775

ORA-31213: DBMS_LDAP: PL/SQL - Invalid LDAP mod option.that you use for LDAP operation, or report the error number and description to Oracle Support. ORA-31213: DBMS_LDAP: PL/SQL - Invalid LDAP mod option.

Error Messages, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

16 ORA-29250 to ORA-32775

ORA-31214: DBMS_LDAP: PL/SQL - Invalid LDAP mod type.the LDAP mod option that you use for LDAP populate_mod_array operation, or report the error number … and description to Oracle Support. ORA-31214: DBMS_LDAP: PL/SQL - Invalid LDAP mod type.

Oracle® SQL*Module for Ada Programmer's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

2 Module Language

2.7.1 Error MessagesSQL*Module compile time error messages have the MOD prefix. The codes and messages are listed in Oracle Database Error Messages.

User's Guide and Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

C Complex Spatial Queries: Examples

C.4 SDO_AGGR_UNION Examplesdo_aggr_union(mdsys.sdoaggrtype(geom,0.5)) aggr_geom from geod_counties where state_abrv='TX' group by mod … (rownum,16) ) group by mod (rownum, 8) ) group by mod (rownum, 4) ) group by mod (rownum, 2) );

DML Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

MODTRACE

YESlike the following one. (MOD= INCOME.CALC) ACTUAL (LINE OPR.INCOME MONTH 'JAN96' ITER 1 … income.budget budget These statements produce the following line-by-line results. (MOD … = INCOME.BUDGET) BLOCK 1: SIMPLE (MOD= INCOME.BUDGET) revenue = lag(revenue, 1, month) * 1.02 (MOD= INCOME.BUDGET … ) BUDGET (LINE REVENUE

DML Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

MODDAMP

nThese statements produce the following output. (MOD= INCOME.BUD) BLOCK 1: SIMULTANEOUS (MOD= INCOME.BUD … ) ITERATION 1: EVALUATION (MOD= INCOME.BUD) revenue = marketing * 300 - cogs... (MOD= INCOME.BUD … ) BUDGET (LINE REVENUE MONTH 'JAN97' ITER 35) = 368.650399101... (MOD= INCOME.BUD) BUDGET (LINE

SQL*Plus® User's Guide and Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

13 SQL*Plus Command Reference

SET APPI[NFO]{ON | OFF | text }SET APPINFO 'This is SQL*Plus' To make sure that registration has taken place, enter VARIABLE MOD … VARCHAR2(50) VARIABLE ACT VARCHAR2(40) EXECUTE DBMS_APPLICATION_INFO.READ_MODULE(:MOD,:ACT); PL/SQL … procedure successfully completed. PRINT MOD MOD

DML Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

MODOVERFLOW

nstatements produce the following output. (MOD= INCOME.EST) BLOCK 1: SIMULTANEOUS (MOD= INCOME.EST) ITERATION … 1: EVALUATION (MOD= INCOME.EST) selling = marketing * 3 (MOD= INCOME.EST) BUDGET (LINE SELLING … MONTH 'JAN97' ITER 1) = 3... (MOD= INCOME.EST) BUDGET (LINE SELLING MONTH 'JAN97' ITER 2) = -997

Packages and Types Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

27 DBMS_DEBUG

Parametersrepresenting the executable lines of 'program'. If line number N is executable, bit number N MOD 8 will be … (plus one if maxline MOD 8 is not zero) or 32767 in the unlikely case of maxline being larger than 32767 * 8.

SQL Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

REMAINDER

REMAINDERreturns that datatype. The MOD function is similar to REMAINDER except that it uses FLOOR in its … formula, whereas REMAINDER uses ROUND. Please refer to MOD. See Also: Table 2-11, "Implicit Type

DML Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

MODTOLERANCE

n' LIMIT division TO 'Camping' income.plan budget These statements produce the following output. (MOD … = INCOME.PLAN) BLOCK 1: SIMULTANEOUS (MOD= INCOME.PLAN) ITERATION 1: EVALUATION (MOD= INCOME.PLAN … ) marketing =.15 * net.income (MOD= INCOME.PLAN) BUDGET(LINE MARKETING MONTH 'JAN97' ITER 1 … ) = 11887.403671736...

DML Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

MODGAMMA

noutput. (MOD= INCOME.BUD) BLOCK 1: SIMULTANEOUS... (MOD= INCOME.BUD) BUDGET (LINE NET.INCOME MONTH … 'JAN97' ITER 16) = 0.026243533... (MOD= INCOME.BUD) BUDGET (LINE NET.INCOME MONTH 'JAN97' ITER 17 … ) = 0.024054312... (MOD= INCOME.BUD) BUDGET (LINE NET.INCOME MONTH 'JAN97' ITER 18) = 0.025788293 … ... (MOD=

SQL Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

ANSI Standards

Oracle Compliance To Core SQL:2003Module for Ada (Mod*Ada), release 9.2.0 Pro*COBOL 1.8, release 1.8.77 Pro*PL/I, release 1.6.28 OTT

Database, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Apache module mod_foobar

Apache HTTP ServerModule mod_foobar Add this file as a link in mod/index.html This module is contained in the

User's Guide and Reference, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

F List of PL/SQL Reserved Words

F List of PL/SQL Reserved Words* LOOP MAX MIN MINUS* MINUTE MLSLABEL* MOD MODE* MONTH NATURAL NATURALN NEW NEXTVAL NOCOPY NOT

Release 1.8, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

Oracle Reserved Words, Keywords, and Namespaces

PL/SQL Reserved WordsRAISE START WORK MOD RANGE STATEMENT XOR MODE REAL STDDEV   NATURAL RECORD SUBTYPE  

Oracle® SQL*Module for Ada Programmer's Guide, 10g Release 1 (10.1)

C Reserved Words

C.1 Module Reserved Words, MIN, MINUS, MOD, MODE, MODULE, NEXTVAL, NO, NOAUDIT, NONE, NOT, NOTFOUND, NOWAIT, NULL, NUMBER