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The following code block shows how to run DML statements in PL/SQL. Basically they look similar to the SQL. Note that the SELECT statement retrieves the single-row value and store into a variable using INTO clause.
INSERT INTO employee VALUES (6, 'TOM LEE', 10000);
UPDATE employee SET sal = sal + 5000 WHERE empno = 6;
SELECT sal INTO v_sal FROM employee WHERE empno = 6;
DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Salary increased to ' || v_sal);
DELETE FROM employee WHERE empno = 6;