What is cursor? A Cursor is a database object that represents a result set and is used to manipulate data row by row. When a cursor is opened, it is positioned on a row and that row is available for processing.
What is cursor?A cursor is a variable that represents an area where the result of a query is stored. A single row query is stored in a cursor called ‘implicit cursor’. If a relation that fetches multiple rows, the cursor is called explicit cursor. An explicit cursor is handled in a PL/SQL block and each row can be handled by putting the relation fetched by the cursor, in a loop.