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  1. abaper
    18.01.2016 @ 10:23

    – Руссские курсы BC400, BC410, пару английских.

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    Программа со всеми этими компонентами

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  2. Uchla
    06.10.2016 @ 15:54

    Type Length Standard length Value Area Initial Value Description
    b 1 Byte   0 to 255 0 1 byte integer (internal)
    c 1 to 65,535 characters 1 character Any alphanumeric character ” ” for every position Text field
    d 8 characters   8 user-defined alphanumeric characters; Only values in the format YYYYMMDD that are
    permitted as date entries according to the calendar rules are valid: YYYY (year): 0001 to 9999, MM(month): 01 to 12, DD (day): 01 to 31
    “00000000” Date field
    f 8 bytes   Floating point numbers are displayed internally with 16 decimal places according to the IEEE-754
    standard (double precision). Valid values are -1,7976931348623157EE+308 to -2,2250738585072014EE-308
    for the negative area, the value zero, and +2,2250738585072014EE-308 to +1,7976931348623157EE+308 for
    the positive area. Both validity areas are extended in the direction of zero through denormalized numbers after IEEE-754.
    0 Floating point number
    i 4 bytes   -2.147.483.648 to +2.147.483.647 0 4 byte integer
    n 1 to 65,535 characters 1 character Any alphanumeric characters, however, valid values are only the digits 0 to 9 “0” for every position. Numeric text
    p 1 to 16 bytes 8 bytes The valid length for packed numbers is between 1 and 16 bytes; two decimal places are packed into one byte, whereby the last byte only contains one place and the plus/minus sign; after the decimal separator, up to 14 decimal places are permitted.
    Depending on the field length len and the number of decimal places dec, the following applies for the
    value area: (-10^(2len -1) +1) / (10^(+dec)) to (+10^(2len -1) -1) /(10^(+dec)) in steps of 10^(-dec). Values in between this range are rounded off.
    0 Packed number
    string variable   as for type c empty string of length 0 Text string
    s 2 bytes   -32.768 to +32.767 0 2 byte integer (internal)
    t 6 characters   6 user-defined alphanumeric characters; the only valid values are numbers that are
    interpreted as a time specification in the 24-hour clock format HHMMSS. SAP recommmends to exclusively use 00 to 23 hours for HH (hours) and 00 to 59 for MM (minutes) and 00 to 59 for SS (seconds).
    “000000” Time field
    x 1 to 65,535 bytes 1 byte hexadecimal characters 0-9, A-F hexadecimal 0 Byte field
    xstring variable   as for type x empty string of length 0. Byte string

    These types are predefined in every ABAP program.

    • All predefined ABAP types in this table are elementary.
    • Apart from the types b and s, the predefined ABAP types can also be used to define your own data types and data objects and for
      typing. The types
      b
      and s cannot be specified directly in ABAP
      statements. Self-defined data types and data objects in ABAP programs are of the data type
      b
      and s if they are defined with reference to data elements to the ABAP Dictionary which are of the external data types INT1 or INT2.
    • The program-globally predefined data type cursor is
      currently synonymous with the predefined ABAP type i. This is required for the declaration of a cursor variable for
      database cursor handling.
    • All predefined ABAP types for which a length interval is specified in second column in the table
      are generic, which means that the length is not part of the type description. For the type p, the
      fractional portion is indefinite as well as the length.
    • The entries in the standard length column specify the length that is used for the corresponding generic data type when declaring data objects, if no explicit length is specified in the relevant statement.
    • In Unicode systems, the length
      must either be specified in characters and bytes. In non-Unicode systems, the length of a character
      is one byte, but in Unicode systems the length of a character depends on which Unicode character representation is used.


    Notes

    • The system class CL_ABAP_EXCEPTIONAL_VALUES contains methods that return the minimum and maximum value for a data object (as of release 6.10).
    • As the decimal places of a floating point number of type f
      are represented internally as dual fractions, there is not an exact equivalent for every number that
      can be represented in the decimal system. This can lead to rounding errors in assignments and intermediate results of calculations. These errors can be avoided by using a two-step rounding procedure.
    • For data objects of data type p, the
      program attribute fixed point arithmetic
      must be set so that the decimal separator is taken into account. Otherwise, the content is handled as if there is no decimal separator, in all operations except for displaying a list.
    • Data objects of the data type t that contain numbers outside the value range 00 to 23 for hours and 00 to 59 for minutes and seconds can be
      converted to numeric values, but are invalid when using time stamps.

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  3. Uchla
    14.02.2017 @ 11:42

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  4. Uchla
    09.06.2017 @ 08:54

    Quickly send a e-mail:

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  5. Uchla
    14.09.2017 @ 09:40

    Shift leading/trailing symbols:

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