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Adds one or more new lines of text after the current line in the buffer.
Refer to the following for a description of the term or clause:
To add several lines, enter INPUT with no text. INPUT prompts you for each line. To leave INPUT, enter a null (empty) line.
If you enter a line number at the command prompt larger than the number of lines in the buffer, and follow the number with text, SQL*Plus adds the text in a new line at the end of the buffer. If you specify zero (0) for the line number and follow the zero with text, then SQL*Plus inserts the line at the beginning of the buffer (that line becomes line 1).
Assume the SQL buffer contains the following command:
To add an ORDER BY clause to the query, enter
LIST 2 ensures that line 2 is the current line. INPUT adds a new line containing the ORDER BY clause after the current line. The SQL buffer now contains the following lines:
To add a two-line WHERE clause, enter
INPUT prompts you for new lines until you enter an empty line. The SQL buffer now contains the following lines: