Here is an example PL/SQL program that you can use to print "Hello, World!".
What is a Hello World Program?
A "Hello, World!" program is a simple computer program that outputs the text "Hello, World!" to the screen. It is often used as a first program to write when learning a new programming language, as it can be used to verify that the language is installed and working correctly. The purpose of a "Hello, World!" program is to provide a simple and straightforward example of how to write and run a program in a given programming language. By writing and running a "Hello, World!" program, a programmer can quickly and easily verify that they have the necessary tools and knowledge to write and run programs in that language.
Hello World Program Example in PL/SQL
DECLARE message VARCHAR(20) := 'Hello, World!'; BEGIN DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(message); END;
To run this program, you will need to have access to a PL/SQL compiler, such as Oracle SQL Developer. You can then create a new PL/SQL script, copy and paste this code into the script, and run it to see the output.