Prerequisite – PL/SQL introduction
In PL/SQL code groups of commands are arranged within a block. A block group related declarations or statements. In declare part, we declare variables and between begin and end part, we perform the operations.
Given a string and the task is to find the number of vowels and consonants present in the string.
Input: str = 'Ramesh' Output: Vowels = 2, Consonants = 4 Input: str = 'Ramesh is a Geek' Output: Vowels = 6, Consonants = 7
Approach is to consider a character one by one and maintain a separate count for both vowels and consonants.
Below is the required implementation:
No. of Vowels: 6 No. of Consonants: 7
- PLSQL | MOD Function
- PLSQL | ABS Function
- PLSQL | LEAST Function
- PLSQL | LN Function
- PLSQL | SIN Function
- PLSQL | EXP Function
- Difference between SQL and PLSQL
- PLSQL | TAN Function
- PLSQL | COS Function
- PLSQL : || Operator
- PLSQL | CHR Function
- PLSQL | LOG Function
- PLSQL | ATAN2 Function
- PLSQL | LENGTHB Function
- PLSQL | INITCAP Function
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