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Call Function with multiple rows into a stored procedure

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This is very urgent. I have a function which returns a single column having different values. And I need to call it from a stored procedure which has 4 input paramaters and  a RefCursor.

I am not sure whether I am building the function right. Does a function return multiple rows? Right now the function I created has a RefCursor too.So, I am not sure how I can call another Refcursor into the Stored Proc.

Please let me know which is the right way to approach this.

Thanks in advance.
This is the function i created

CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION TST_FN
           ( P1          IN varchar2,
            P2         IN varchar2,
             P3       IN varchar2,
             P4        IN varchar2,
             P5        IN NUMBER,
             P6        IN NUMBER
                )
     return  SYS_REFCursor is
    l_cursor               SYS_REFCursor;
begin
 
open l_cursor for
  select ....;
return ( l_cursor  );
end;

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