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DDL (Data Definition Language) is a language used by a database management system (like Oracle) that allows users to define the database and specify data types, structures and constraints on the data.

Examples DDL statements are: CREATE TABLE, CREATE INDEX, ALTER, and DROP.

Note: In Oracle DDL statements will implicitly COMMIT any outstanding transaction.

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