In internal exception oracle raises the exception for you implicitly - PL/SQL Errors

Q.  In internal exception oracle raises the exception for you implicitly. You still need to declare the exception and handle it, but you don’t need to raise it.
- Published on 08 Jul 15

a. True
b. False

ANSWER: True
 
In the internal exception a technique is used to bind a numbered exception handler using the PRAGMA_EXCEPTION_INIT() which is a compiler direction. This PRAGMA calls a pre-compiler which binds the exception handler. The EXCEPTION_INIT() takes in the parameters.

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