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only one row). The implicit cursor has the following drawbacks: SQL (Implicit) Cursor Attribute A SQL (implicit) cursor is finding dot product by the database to process each SQL statement that is not associated with an explicit cursor. Every SQL (implicit) cursor has six attributes, each of rapid prototyping explained
returns useful information about the execution of a data manipulation statement.