General GD Topics - Topics Set 1

Thursday, September 23, 2010

General GD Topics

  • How to deal with international terrorism.
  • Should we pursue our policy of dialogue with Pakistan?
  • Is peace and non-violence outdated concepts?
  • The rise of regional blocs threatens independent nations like India
  • Six billion and one bronze!
  • Is dependence on computers a good thing?
  • Should the public sector be privatised?
  • China and India are similar nations with contrasting ways
  • Is India a Soft Nation?
  • Value based politics is the need of the hour
  • Religion should not be mixed with politics
  • How to deal with high oil prices
  • Our cricketers are not to blame for match fixing
  • Why cant we be world players in industry as we are in software?
  • Multinational corporations: Are they devils in disguise?


Unknown said...

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Unknown said...

Hi There,

Interesting piece!Great to see someone write general-gd-topics-topics-set-1.html who is not a fanatic or a complete skeptic.

I'm a beginner in oracle and I need some help. I have a table tha would look like below.

G3AR95 G3AR95_01
G3AR95 G3AR95 _02
G3AR95 G3AR95_03
H4AR96 H4AR96_12
H4AR96 H4AR96_20

Basically I just wanted to count the number of WFID associated to a LOT:
The report would look like this. How to achieve this using sql?

LOT WF_Count
G3AR95 3
H4AR96 2

Thanks a lot. This was a perfect step-by-step guide. Don’t think it could have been done better.


Unknown said...


Fully agree on #topic. We’re seeing a lot of projects tackle big complex problems but few seem to have taken into consideration and in particular reasons to adopt.

I want to execute the different files at the run time in the SQL PLUS

Ex: I have two different files like ABC.SQL, XYZ.SQL,

I had declared one bind variable to hold file_name .

var file_name VARCHAR2(200);
sr VARCHAR2(20) :='ABC';
:file_name :='ABC.SQL';
:file_name :='XYZ.SQL';
PRINT file_name

Now i want to execute the file which is there in :file_name bind variable


It was cool to see your article pop up in my google search for the process yesterday. Great Guide.
Keep up the good work!

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