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The type of data to which you want to convert expression. Does not indicate conversion to a standard Oracle data type but allows additional conversion capabilities. The internal representation of every value, regardless of data type, is returned as a text value. For TEXT data types, the result will be the value itself and will therefore be of variable length.
Converts a number to a decimal value and then to packed format -- a text value 8 bytes long containing 15 digits and a plus or minus sign. A TEXT character is encoded in the database character set. A Boolean expression that determines whether commas are used to mark thousands and millions in the text representation of the numeric data. When the value of the expression is YES , commas are used. A Boolean expression that determines whether negative values are enclosed in parentheses in the text representation of the numeric data.
When the value of the expression is YES , parentheses are used; when the value is NO , a minus sign precedes negative values.
A text expression that specifies the template to use when converting a datetime expression to text. A text expression that specifies the template to use when converting a DATE-only expression to text. The template can include format specifications for any of the four components of a date day, month, year, and day of the week.
You can include additional text before, after, or between the components. In this example, today's date is March 31, , and the SHOW statement presents it in the following format. The template can include format specifications for any of the components of a time period. Time period components include all the components of a date day, month, year, and day of the week , plus the fiscal year and period components.
Each component in the template must be preceded by a left angle bracket and followed by a right angle bracket. However, a VNF command template must be designed for precise and unambiguous interpretation of input, while the vnf argument is not so constrained. Therefore, the format styles allowed in the vnf argument are more extensive than those allowed in a VNF command template. Append a B code to any of these formats to indicate that you want to display the beginning day or month of the period, rather than the final day or month.
This contrasts with the template in a VNF command, in which only certain format combinations are valid for each type of dimension. When you do not include the vnf argument, the format of the result is determined by the VNF of the dimension whose values you are converting. When the dimension has no VNF, the result is formatted according to the default VNF for the type of dimension being converted. A text expression that specifies how to interpret the specified text value as a DATE-only value when the order of the text value's components month, day, and year is ambiguous.
The expression can be one of the following: Each letter represents a component of the date: When you do not include the date-order or dwmqy-dimname argument, any ambiguity in the interpretation of a text expression is resolved by the current setting of the DATEORDER option. The minimum width is 7. This argument is required when you specify the escape-int argument.
Indicates whether escape sequences are to be used in the output. Do not use escapes. It can evaluate to 1 , 2 , or 4 bytes. When the width is invalid or specified for some other data type, an error occurs. A keyword indicating that no character set conversion should be performed. The maximum number of characters in a line is This can occur when the source line exceeds 99 characters and enough of them need escape sequences. Valid dates range from January 1, sequence number 1 to December 31, sequence number 2,, This behavior reflects the fact that the values of a relation are dimension values, not TEXT values.
The result is the value in the specified data type; or NA when the value is outside the range of valid values for the target data type. You can omit punctuation included in the format string from the datetime string if all the digits of the numerical format elements, including leading zeros, are specified.
When a match fails between a datetime format element and the corresponding characters in the date string, then Oracle attempts alternative format elements, as shown in Table , "Oracle Format Matching".
Table Oracle Format Matching. In both cases, you get a result of Return Value The return value depends on the value of the type argument. For all other data types, the result will be 4 bytes long. PACKED Converts a number to a decimal value and then to packed format -- a text value 8 bytes long containing 15 digits and a plus or minus sign. Default Use escapes for unprintable characters.