Commands that have been entered into the memory buffer can be modified. SQL*Plus has a series of commands that allow the user to modify buffered commands. This feature is particularly useful when you have entered incorrect commands. Table 2.1 lists the various editing commands.
|l||Displays the contents of the buffer.||L|
|ln||Displays the target line (n), which will become the current line.||l 4|
|Linenumber text||Entering a line number followed by text will cause the indicated line to be replaced with the new text.||2 from department|
|c/old/new||Changes the first occurrence of the old text characters to new text characters for the current line. (A line is made current ...|