By default, Oracle manages locking, taking care of concurrency locks for you. Oracle provides a method to lock a whole table, but there is no explicit "select for update" syntax to lock individual rows within a table.
Here is a good link for understanding Oracle locking mechanisms and how to use the stats$enqueuestat table to view locks.
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