Answer / guest
Cause: The count variable in a FOR clause has the wrong
datatype. The datatype must be NUMBER or LONG (or be
compatible with NUMBER or LONG).
Action: Check the declaration and check that the count
variable has a datatype of NUMBER or LONG (or a compatible
Oracle or host-language datatype).
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