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2016-03-30T19:15:16+05:30

Difference between procedures and functions

• When the parameter is passed into the procedure; it does not return any value whereas a function always returns a value.

• One of the major differences in both of them is that procedures are not used in databases whereas functions play an important role in returning values from a database.

• Procedures are capable of returning multiple values and the functions are able to return limited values.

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2016-03-31T10:08:06+05:30
Function must return a value, but in Stored Procedure it is optional(Procedure can return zero or n values). Function takes one input parameter it is mandatory ,but Stored Procedure may take 0 to n input parameters.. Functions can be called from Procedure whereasProcedures cannot be called from Function.
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