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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Oracel SQL versions question

    Hello,

    I d like to ask you as you are the masters in SQL.

    I m writting my CV and I d like to include in Techincal Skills the SQL.

    I don't want to write "Oracle SQL 9i/10g" etc.
    Is it ok if I use the term "Oracle SQL"? Does this exist?
    In other words is "Oracle SQL" a term that is used among sql developers or in any case it should be defined which version?

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    Every new version introduces some new functionalities, so - if you are skilled with SQL that belongs to Oracle 7 (while the most recent version is 11g), you are missing many new, wonderful, things. Therefore, I suppose that mentioning a highest version you are familiar with wouldn't harm.

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    yes, it's okay to say "Oracle SQL" without specifying a version

    you could also say PL/SQL, which is actually oracle's procedural language superset of SQL (assuming you actually know PL/SQL)

    see Oracle PL/SQL

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    Thank you very much

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