2.6. Changes on the Command Line
The CHANGE command is very simple and often simpler and less time-consuming than using a mouse cut-and-paste. The actual command is CHANGE but can be abbreviated with the character “C.”
Any text editor change command requires a field terminator and, in this case, the terminating character is a forward slash—by default it is a forward slash but any character can be used, as we will illustrate. The CHANGE command syntax is:
Use the following to just remove text:
A helpful SQL*Plus command ...