Divided by 0 exception error?

We created a procedure, where there is a formula as follows.


Here some times the cnter value is coming 0. So the procedure is throughing an exception. How can we handle this error in pl/sql procedure?

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asked Dec 09, 2009 at 07:04 PM in Default

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You could avoid the error altogether, don't divide when 0, just return a 0 (or some other value):

count = case when cntr <> 0 then avl/cntr else 0 end 
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answered Dec 10, 2009 at 02:33 AM

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Yep KillerDBA. This case statement solved the eror. Thank you.
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