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Macro Explanation

Dear Experts,

Can anyone explain below macro.

DEFINE get_value.

call method of excel 'Cells' = cell

EXPORTING

#1 = &1 "v_rcount

#2 = &2. "2

get property of cell 'Value' = &3. " value from the table .

if not &3 is initial and &4 = 'T'. "e_file

&4 = 'F'.

endif.

END-OF-DEFINITION.

I never used Macros, Please explain in detail.

Thanks

Cris

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    Posted on Mar 21, 2008 at 07:51 PM

    Hello Cris

    Macros are used to "abbreviate" coding. The repetitive part of the coding is defined in the macro. Below is and example of filling the itab of excluded functions for an ALV toolbar:

    DATA: lt_excltab   TYPE ui_functions.
    
      APPEND cl_gui_alv_grid=>mc_func_loc_info TO lt_excltab.
      APPEND cl_gui_alv_grid=>mc_func_loc_graph TO lt_excltab.
      APPEND cl_gui_alv_grid=>...                          TO lt_excltab.
    ...
    

    Use of macro:

    DEFINE mac_exclude_function.
      APPEND &1 TO lt_excltab.
    END-OF-DEFINITON.
    
    
    mac_exclude_function: cl_gui_alv_grid=>mc_func_loc_info,
                          cl_gui_alv_grid=>mc_func_loc_graph,
                                      ...
    

    Regards

    Uwe

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