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The COVERAGE pragma marks PL/SQL code which is infeasible to test for coverage.
The pragma marks a specific code section. Marking infeasible code improves the quality of coverage metrics used to assess how much testing has been achieved.
Unfortunately none of Oracle's documentation explains what "to test for coverage" means. We will update this page when we figure that out.
The cde, at right, is from Oracle's documentation but reformatted for readability