Explicit cursor defined by program for any query that returns more than one row of data - PL/SQL

Q.  An Explicit cursor is defined by the program for any query that returns more than one row of data.
- Published on 07 Jul 15

a. True
b. False

ANSWER: True
 
An explicit cursor is a user defined cursor and is used for gaining control over the context area. It is mostly used on the SELECT statement which returns more than one row.

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