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What is the difference between the following two calling methods, why the first sign @ is used.

What I have tried:

@Call MyProcedure();

Call MyProcedure();
Updated 13-Nov-19 3:43am
Richard MacCutchan 13-Nov-19 7:30am    
What is the context of these two statements?
Siavash.BRY 13-Nov-19 9:35am    
In fact, inside these processors there are simple queries that look similar.
I just want to understand what this @ means and what it is used for.
Richard MacCutchan 13-Nov-19 10:53am    
Yes, but where are you using these statements?

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There is no mention of the @Call syntax in MySql documentation: MySQL :: MySQL 8.0 Reference Manual :: 13.2.1 CALL Syntax[^].
As Richard already asked: What is the context of such statements?
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