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year (OUT) month (OUT) day (OUT) → The retrieved year, month, and day values.
numvals (OUT) → Number of values for this parameter.
usrmempp (OUT) → Returns a pointer to the user memory of size xtramem_sz allocated by the call for the user.
result (OUT) → The absolute value of the input number.
val(OUT) → Pointer to the output number variable. If the function returns OCI_SUCCESS, then the parameter contains the requested NLS numeric information.
errh (OUT) → The OCI Error handle.
instance (OUT) → Address of the newly created instance. The instance can be a character string in Unicode if the environment handle has the appropriate setting and the object is OCIString. In this case, the instance will have a flag to indicate its Unicode setting.
retTagInfo_len (OUT) → The length in bytes, of retTagInfo. Used for session pooling only.
result (OUT) → Result of the arc tangent in radians.
flag (OUT) → Returns TRUE if the FILE was opened using this particular locator; FALSE if it was not.
resultlen (OUT) → The length of the result placed into buffer.
attr_null_status (OUT) → The status of the attribute if the type of attribute is primitive.
in_outp (OUT) → data is available as an OUT bind variable or a define position value.
piecep (OUT) → Returns one of the following defined values OCI_ONE_PIECE, OCI_FIRST_PIECE, OCI_NEXT_PIECE and OCI_LAST_PIECE.
sqltcode (OUT) → SQLT code corresponding to the user format of the typecode.
wdststr(OUT) → Pointer to the destination wchar buffer
usrmempp (OUT) → Returns a pointer to the user memory of size xtramem_sz allocated by the call for the user for the lifetime of the descriptor.
retval (OUT) → The actual -terminated string value.
hndlpp (OUT) → Returns a pointer to the bind or define handle of the bind or define whose runtime data is required or is being provided.
day (OUT) → Day value returned.