DECLARE @EmployeeList varchar(5000) SELECT @EmployeeList = COALESCE(@EmployeeList + ', ', '') + CAST(ltrim(rtrim(emp_id )) AS varchar(20)) FROM employee SELECT @EmployeeList
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DECLARE result_set varchar2(4000); cursor c1 is select emd_id from employee; BEGIN FOR c1rec in c1 LOOP result_set := result_set || ',' || c1rec.emp_id; END LOOP; dbms_output.put_line(ltrim(result_set, ',')); END;
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