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QuestionOlder generation SQL syntax - Oracle Pinmembervanikanc13-Feb-13 2:37 
AnswerRe: Older generation SQL syntax - Oracle PinmemberJörgen Andersson13-Feb-13 10:30 
From the Oracle language reference: The (+) operator can be applied only to a column, not to an arbitrary expression. However, an arbitrary expression can contain one or more columns marked with the (+) operator.
So the second syntax looks valid to me. Does it give you the expected results?
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