The rules of dating explicit
Their main components are file extensions separated by periods.The first extension belongs to the dependent, the second to the target.
A later date is considered greater than an earlier one.For example, the date equivalent of '29-MAR-2005' is less than that of '05-JAN-2006' and '05-JAN-2006 pm' is greater than '05-JAN-2005 am'.The following subsections describe the two measures.A single target can have more than one explicit rule.To specify more than a single explicit rule, use a double colon (::) after the target name.The following example shows targets with multiple rules and commands: An implicit rule specifies a general rule for how MAKE should build files that end with specific file extensions.
Implicit rules start with either a path or a period.
"Break the Rules" is a song by English singer Charli XCX from her second studio album, Sucker (2014).
It was released on 19 August 2014 as the album's second single.
While the dependency line has a different syntax for explicit and implicit rules, the command line syntax stays the same for both rule types.
MAKE supports multiple dependency lines for a single target, and a single target can have multiple command lines.
Binary and Linguistic Comparisons In binary comparison, which is the default, Oracle compares character strings according to the concatenated value of the numeric codes of the characters in the database character set.