Determine Composite Index from Data Dictionary


Hi Experts,
I need to formulate composite index statement i.e.
(col_a, col_b)
By querying oracle data dictionary.

I can get the constraint information by querying USER_CONSTRAINTS, USER_INDEXES column,
 but not sure how to get the composite index details.

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