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M. is repeated. To resolve these boundary cases, Oracle uses the TZR and TZD format elements, as described in Table 2–12 on page 2-67. TZR represents the time zone region in datetime input strings. Examples are ’Australia/North’, ’UTC’, and ’Singapore’. TZD represents an abbreviated form of the time zone region with daylight savings information. Examples are ’PST’ for US/Pacific standard time and ’PDT’ for US/Pacific daylight time. To see a listing of valid values for the TZR and TZD format elements, query the TZNAME and TZABBREV columns of the V$TIMEZONE_NAMES dynamic performance view.
8 LONG Character data of variable length up to 2 gigabytes, or 231 -1 bytes. 12 DATE Valid date range from January 1, 4712 BC to December 31, 9999 AD. 180 TIMESTAMP Year, month, and day values of date, as well as hour, (fractional_ minute, and second values of time, where seconds_precision) fractional_seconds_precision is the number of digits in the fractional part of the SECOND datetime field. Accepted values of fractional_ seconds_precision are 0 to 9. The default is 6. 181 TIMESTAMP (fractional_ seconds_precision) WITH TIME ZONE a All values of TIMESTAMP as well as time zone displacement value, where fractional_ seconds_precision is the number of digits in the fractional part of the SECOND datetime field.
This reference describes the complete functionality of SQL. If the Oracle tool that you are using does not support this complete functionality, you can find a discussion of the restrictions in the manual describing the tool, such as SQL*Plus User’s Guide and Reference. Introduction 1-5 1-6 SQL Reference 2 Basic Elements of Oracle SQL This chapter contains reference information on the basic elements of Oracle SQL. These elements are the simplest building blocks of SQL statements. Therefore, before using the statements described in Chapter 8 through Chapter 17, you should familiarize yourself with the concepts covered in this chapter, as well as in Chapter 3, "Operators", Chapter 6, "Functions", Chapter 4, "Expressions", and Chapter 7, "SQL Queries and Other SQL Statements".
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