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    Explain Which datatype is used for storing graphics and images?
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    the following data types are used to store graphics or binary data
    1)long raw
    2)binary large object(BLOB)
    3)binary file(BFILE)

    *They are Mostly Used to Store Graphics,sounds,Scanned Documents etc.

    LARGE OBJECT(LOB) Data Types:
    * BLOB
    * CLOB
    * NCLOB
    The LOB Data Type Can Store Large and Unstructured Data like Text,Image,Video etc.
    The Maximum Storage Size is Up to 4GB.

    Binary FILE(BFILE) Data Type:
    *The Maximum Size is 4GB.

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