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Explain what Is An Anonymous Block And How Is It Executed?

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Anonymous blocks, as the name suggests, are PL/SQL blocks that are not given any name and cannot be stored in the database. These blocks can call another blocks but they cannot be called by any other block, as they do not have a name. An anonymous block is executed by either storing the block code in a file or writing the block code at the SQL prompt.

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