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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • With most recent versions of Oracle, you can use the ANSI-SQL standard TIMESTAMP date types and associated functions, which will give you INTERVAL data types when you subtract, and those can be fairly intelligently converted to years. I haven't gotten to use these as much as I like, but so far they have been very nice.

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