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    View concat function source ??

    Is it possible to view the source code used for defining functions in Oracle?

    eg., concat function...??

    Thanks.

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    I guess no
    funky...

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    Originally posted by abhaysk
    I guess no
    i think i am wrong....u can get it..

    Code:
      function CONCAT(LEFT CLOB CHARACTER SET ANY_CS,
                      RIGHT CLOB CHARACTER SET ANY_CS)
            return CLOB CHARACTER SET LEFT%CHARSET;
        pragma FIPSFLAG(CONCAT, 1454);
     
     function CONCAT(LEFT VARCHAR2 CHARACTER SET ANY_CS,
                      RIGHT VARCHAR2 CHARACTER SET ANY_CS)
            return VARCHAR2 CHARACTER SET LEFT%CHARSET;
        pragma BUILTIN(CONCAT,25, 1, 7); -- PEMS_CHAR, CHAR_CONCAT
        pragma FIPSFLAG(CONCAT, 1454);
    If this is not wat u r lokking for .... then i mis understood ur question...

    Abhay
    funky...

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    Originally posted by abhaysk
    i think i am wrong....u can get it..

    Code:
      function CONCAT(LEFT CLOB CHARACTER SET ANY_CS,
                      RIGHT CLOB CHARACTER SET ANY_CS)
            return CLOB CHARACTER SET LEFT%CHARSET;
        pragma FIPSFLAG(CONCAT, 1454);
     
     function CONCAT(LEFT VARCHAR2 CHARACTER SET ANY_CS,
                      RIGHT VARCHAR2 CHARACTER SET ANY_CS)
            return VARCHAR2 CHARACTER SET LEFT%CHARSET;
        pragma BUILTIN(CONCAT,25, 1, 7); -- PEMS_CHAR, CHAR_CONCAT
        pragma FIPSFLAG(CONCAT, 1454);
    If this is not wat u r lokking for .... then i mis understood ur question...

    Abhay
    From where did you get this ? Thanks.

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    This is just the (overloaded) interface to the function, from the STANDARD package presumably, The package body is wrapped, so you can't see that, and it would mostly be low level os calls/external proc calls, i would guess.
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    Originally posted by slimdave
    This is just the (overloaded) interface to the function, from the STANDARD package presumably, The package body is wrapped, so you can't see that, and it would mostly be low level os calls/external proc calls, i would guess.
    Package body is not wrapped for STANDARD.

    I guess all DBMS supplied packages are wrapped..

    Abhay.
    funky...

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    Originally posted by abhaysk
    Package body is not wrapped for STANDARD.

    I guess all DBMS supplied packages are wrapped..

    Abhay.
    No, not all. But most are.
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    Oh yes, standard isn't, is it?

    I always enjoy the comments in the code

    Perhaps this can be done more intelligently in the future. JEM 3/14/90.
    let implicit conversion do for them
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