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... **error**: **ORA**-**30083**: **syntax** **error** **was** **found** **in** **interval** **value** **expression**
So my question is: what's going ... get the **syntax** **error** because the date math does not return a NUMBER, but it returns an **INTERVAL**: SQL> SELECT ... returns Typ=14. Not much **value** **in** old docs. Google for Oracle Date **Interval** "Typ=14" and there is some ...

... **error**: **ORA**-**30083**: **syntax** **error** **was** **found** **in** **interval** **value** **expression**
So my question is: what's going ... get the **syntax** **error** because the date math does not return a NUMBER, but it returns an **INTERVAL**: SQL> SELECT ... returns Typ=14. Not much **value** **in** old docs. Google for Oracle Date **Interval** "Typ=14" and there is some ...

... **error**: **ORA**-**30083**: **syntax** **error** **was** **found** **in** **interval** **value** **expression**
So my question is: what's going ... get the **syntax** **error** because the date math does not return a NUMBER, but it returns an **INTERVAL**: SQL> SELECT ... returns Typ=14. Not much **value** **in** old docs. Google for Oracle Date **Interval** "Typ=14" and there is some ...

... **error**: **ORA**-**30083**: **syntax** **error** **was** **found** **in** **interval** **value** **expression**
So my question is: what's going ... get the **syntax** **error** because the date math does not return a NUMBER, but it returns an **INTERVAL**: SQL> SELECT ... returns Typ=14. Not much **value** **in** old docs. Google for Oracle Date **Interval** "Typ=14" and there is some ...

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... **error**: **ORA**-**30083**: **syntax** **error** **was** **found** **in** **interval** **value** **expression**
So my question is: what's going ... get the **syntax** **error** because the date math does not return a NUMBER, but it returns an **INTERVAL**: SQL> SELECT ... returns Typ=14. Not much **value** **in** old docs. Google for Oracle Date **Interval** "Typ=14" and there is some ...

... **error**: **ORA**-**30083**: **syntax** **error** **was** **found** **in** **interval** **value** **expression**
So my question is: what's going ... get the **syntax** **error** because the date math does not return a NUMBER, but it returns an **INTERVAL**: SQL> SELECT ... returns Typ=14. Not much **value** **in** old docs. Google for Oracle Date **Interval** "Typ=14" and there is some ...

... **error**: **ORA**-**30083**: **syntax** **error** **was** **found** **in** **interval** **value** **expression**
So my question is: what's going ... get the **syntax** **error** because the date math does not return a NUMBER, but it returns an **INTERVAL**: SQL> SELECT ... returns Typ=14. Not much **value** **in** old docs. Google for Oracle Date **Interval** "Typ=14" and there is some ...

... **error**: **ORA**-**30083**: **syntax** **error** **was** **found** **in** **interval** **value** **expression**
So my question is: what's going ... get the **syntax** **error** because the date math does not return a NUMBER, but it returns an **INTERVAL**: SQL> SELECT ... returns Typ=14. Not much **value** **in** old docs. Google for Oracle Date **Interval** "Typ=14" and there is some ...

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... number of days to a “**interval** year to month” **value**. A “**interval** year to month” **value** cannot have a fractional ... returned a **value** of 1 month. **In** the third of the above SQL statements, if Oracle assumed that 13 **was** **in** February ...