Display names of all constraints for a table in Oracle SQL

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I have given each constraint a name for the numerous tables I have established in Oracle SQL. The issue is that to remove a constraint for a specific table's column, I need to remember the names that I provided for each constraint, but I have since forgotten them.

How can I make a list of every constraint name I've given for each table column?

Is there a SQL query that can accomplish this?
Aug 15 in Database by Kithuzzz
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