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Oracle Character Datatypes are used to store alphanumeric character data. The following datatypes are the Character datatypes supported in Oracle.
LOB Character Datatypes – CLOB and NCLOB
LONG Datatype – LONG
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Complete Guide to Oracle Datatypes (Up to Oracle 12c)
Oracle uses and supports the following built-in Datatype categories in creating tables, declaring variables in PL/SQL etc.
Character Datatypes – To store and manipulate character based values / strings
Numeric Datatypes – To store and manipulate numbers
Date Datatypes – To store and manipulate date and time
LOB Datatypes – To store and manipulate large objects like text based files, images, videos etc.
RAW Datatypes - To store graphics, sound, documents etc.
ROWID Datatypes - To store the addresses of every row in a database.
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