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Oracle Data Dictionary
Now an object you compile into the database will also have an entry in USER_OBJECTS. That is also familiar territory. But there is also a USER_OBJECT_SIZE view. I bet you can figure out what that view tells you. Now other views hold object information of a certain kinds. Your triggers are shown in USER_TRIGGERS, and your procedures in USER_PROCEDURES. But have you ever heard of the view USER_TRIGGERS_COLS? Me neither. Looks like it maps triggers to the table/columns they use.
I have never queried USER_ERRORS directly. I just type SHOW ERRORS in SQL*Plus. To do some source code analysis, it looks like I might check out USER_DEPENDENCIES, USER_ARGUMENTS, or USER_IDENTIFIERS. Looks like I got some homework to do. If I find anything of use, I will definitely share it.