That's what I imagined would be the case. I'm actually looking for this information for a report for a class. Basically, I'm writing a report from the point of view of an organization having accomplished a proposed project and I'd like to outline some of the costs. I imagine that if I can't find the exact number, I'll be allowed to just eyeball it because after all the assignment is more focused on actual structure of the report rather than absolute correctness of the data (but the numbers ought not to be that far off ).
The exact change being made is simply adding some functions to an interface so that the old interface doesn't actually change, but new functions are added to make the new interface consistent with the existing ones.
I had a feeling that a small change like that wouldn't really cost all that much and I wasn't sure how much information I would have been able to find on the exact cost precisely because Oracle is the owner of the language and they have complete control over it. I'll probably end up digging around their site later to see if I can come up with anything.
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