Often it is convenient to pass a given set of values as input parameter to a cursor. It is very useful where nested cursors are used. Parameterizing the cursor makes it more usable and avoids the limitation of hard coding values in where the clause. In this code snippet, Deepankar examines this technique with the help of the relevant SQL code.

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