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Description: Use the CREATE TABLE statement to create one of the following types of tables:

- A relational table, which is the basic structure to hold user data.

- An object table, which is a table that uses an object type for a column definition. An object table is explicitly defined to hold object instances of a particular type.

You can also create an object type and then use it in a column when creating a relational table.

Tables are created with no data unless a subquery is specified. You can add rows to a table with the INSERT statement. After creating a table, you can define additional columns, partitions, and integrity constraints with the ADD clause of the ALTER TABLE statement. You can change the definition of an existing column or partition with the MODIFY clause of the ALTER TABLE statement.

Also see:
» TABLESPACE: Show contiguous space
» TABLESPACE: Tablespace management
» TABLESPACE: List tablespaces, files, ...
» TABLESPACE: Dropping Tablespaces
» TABLESPACE: Alter Permanent Tablespace
» TABLESPACE: Transportable tablespaces
» TABLESPACE: Tempfile operations
» TABLESPACE: Create temp tablespace
» TABLESPACE: Change UNDO tablespace
» TABLESPACE: Undo Tablespace
» TABLESPACE: Set default tablespace type
» TABLESPACE: Oracle Managed Auto-extend...
» TABLESPACE: Permanent Tablespace Using...
» TABLE: Constraints
» TABLE: Options
» TABLE: Using Select Statement With Data
» TABLE:  queries
» TABLE: simple heap table
» TABLESPACE: Using Raw Devices
» TABLESPACE: permanent tablespace

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Language: PL/SQL
Highlight Mode: PLSQL
Last Modified: March 11th, 2009

id   NUMBER(6),
f_name VARCHAR2(25),
l_name VARCHAR2(25));

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