Toad Pocket Reference for Oracle

Errata for Toad Pocket Reference for Oracle

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Page 21
Shortcut Key CTRL-ENTER shoudl reference Shift-F9

In the definitions for the short-cut keys provided in table 1, the following is listed: CTRL-ENTER Execute current statement (same as F9) I think it shoudl read: CTRL-ENTER Execute current statement (same as Shift-F9)

Anonymous   
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Page 21
Shortcut Key CTRL-ENTER shoudl reference Shift-F9

In the definitions for the short-cut keys provided in table 1, the following is listed: CTRL-ENTER Execute current statement (same as F9) I think it shoudl read: CTRL-ENTER Execute current statement (same as Shift-F9)

Anonymous   
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Page 23
Paragraph heading for 2nd paragraph after "Executing Statements" heading

The heading that reads "Execute a single statement" that is followed by the paragraph "The SQL Editor provides functions..." should be swapped with the next heading. In other words, the heading "Execute a single statement" should be swapped with the heading "Execute all SQL". The reason is because F9 is mentioned in the "Execute a single statement" when I believe it should be talking about Shift+F9 or Ctrl+Enter. Also, in the next section with heading "Execute all SQL" you mentioned Shift+F9 and Ctrl+Enter. This should be in the other section.

Anonymous   
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Page 23
Paragraph heading for 2nd paragraph after "Executing Statements" heading

The heading that reads "Execute a single statement" that is followed by the paragraph "The SQL Editor provides functions..." should be swapped with the next heading. In other words, the heading "Execute a single statement" should be swapped with the heading "Execute all SQL". The reason is because F9 is mentioned in the "Execute a single statement" when I believe it should be talking about Shift+F9 or Ctrl+Enter. Also, in the next section with heading "Execute all SQL" you mentioned Shift+F9 and Ctrl+Enter. This should be in the other section.

Anonymous