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19.2.6. DECLARE Statement Syntax

The DECLARE statement is used to define various items local to a routine:

The SIGNAL and RESIGNAL statements are not currently supported.

DECLARE is allowed only inside a BEGIN ... END compound statement and must be at its start, before any other statements.

Declarations must follow a certain order. Cursors must be declared before declaring handlers, and variables and conditions must be declared before declaring either cursors or handlers.

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