Can the format of a SQL Statement modify the execution time of an SQL ....

Can the format of a SQL Statement modify the execution time of an SQL statement?
Thanks in advance

It depends on:
1) What oracle version are you using
2) What do you mean for "format"
For example: if you're on Oracle9i and changing format means changing the order of the tables in the FROM clause and you're using Rule Based Optimizer then the execution plan and the execution time can be very different...
Max
[My Italian Oracle blog|http://oracleitalia.wordpress.com/2009/12/29/estrarre-i-dati-in-formato-xml-da-sql/]

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    select num,name,city from [email protected];
    However, this is getting a plsql error in the above code   as bad bind variable, db link name expected.
    Is there a method to pass a variable within a stored proc into a SQL statement that has a cursor ..
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    Hi,
    Database links have to be hard-coded.  If you really need to specify the database link at run-time, then you need Dyanmic SQL.
    Why do you need to do this?   How many databases are involved?  Do you have new database links all the time?  The more you can say about your business requirements, the more helpful we can be.
    Are there only a couple of possible database links?  If so,  you might consider hard-coding each of them, and branching to the appropriate one in your code.
    is the real variable here the environment (Development, Test, Production) that you're in?  For example, do you need to use one database link in Development, a different one in Test, and a third in Production, but you don't want to change the code when you move from one environment to another?  If so, you can try conditional comilation.

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