Now you’ll begin your journey of using SQL in PL/SQL. You’ll start out slowly, inserting one row at a time, then updating one row at a time, then deleting one row at a time, and finally selecting one row at a time. I take this approach because you first have to insert data into a database before you can update, delete, or select it. I call these kinds of SQL statements singletons because they return one row of results. So let’s get started by putting some data into the database.