> Oracle allows it, and returns NULL. Oracle's fairly trustworthy
> on low-level standards compliance over things like NULL (not
> entirely, though - it treats '' as NULL in the VALUES list of
> an INSERT, though not elsewhere, for instance).
So you can't get a zero-length string into a column in Oracle.
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