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Table name variable with * prefix

Hi gurus,

It maybe a very easy question but I couldn't find the answer anywhere on the net.

When checking the enhancement on MV45AIZZ I ran into a statement like that :

lv_zztoplam = ( lv_zztoplam * vbap-kwmeng ) / *vbap-kwmeng .

I didn't get what *vbap means. Can you tell me what it means.

Kind regards,

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 10:29 AM

    It works like a normal variable as Archer said (more precisely like a variable declared with keyword TABLES). It's called "Additional Table Work Area". It's obsolete. Cf ABAP documentation: TABLES * and Obsolete declarations - Interface Work Areas

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 09:19 AM

    it`s just a variable name from global definition or from somewhere.

    BRs

    Archer

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