Get Example source ABAP code based on a different SAP table
INCLUDE The natural language that has established itself worldwide for computer programming is English. This is because the language elements in all significant programming languages have been taken from English and their syntax based on English grammar. ABAP is no exception. In fact, efforts have been made to guarantee correct English by giving additions of related statements different names, even if they have the same meaning. Well-known examples include the (now obsolete) additions VARYING> and VARY> of the statements DO> and WHILE>. Here, ABAP can even be viewed as a subset of the English language.