Cursor declarations must appear after variable and condition declarations but before handler declarations.Also keep in mind that the cursor SELECT statement cannot have an INTO clause; it's strictly read-only.
By using the same mechanics, a SQL procedure can also define a result set and return it directly to the caller of the SQL procedure or to a client application.
Cursors enable manipulation of whole result sets at once.
In this scenario, a cursor enables the rows in a result set to be processed sequentially.
In this tip, I'll share some alternatives to cursors that provide looping functionality.
Method 1: Temp table with identity column In the first approach, we will use a temp table with an identity column added to allow for row-by-row selection.
To perform basic SQL operations we need to extend SQLite Open Helper class.