set pagesize 0 set heading off set feedback off spool c:emp.txt SELECT empid||','||ename||','||phonenum FROM emp; spool offThere are other utilities out there that will perform the same function. You can use ODBC to place the data in MS Access or MS Excel and then save the data in a comma-delimited format. Tom Kyte has good info on his AskTom Web site. Additionally, I put "oracle comma delimited format utility" into Google and got thousands of hits.
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