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Data: icode() type c.                           "Data declaration.

icode = 'ABAP'.                                   "Assigning values

If sy-subrc EQ 0.                                 "Checking if previous operation was successful or not. 

Write:/ 'I code in', icode, 'Language, SAP proprietary.'. "Displaying statement on the Screen.

ENDIF.

 

Output: I code in ABAP Language, SAP proprietary.

Edited by Sirius_Bright
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8 minutes ago, Sirius_Bright said:

Data: icode() type c.

icode = 'ABAP'.

If sy-subrc EQ 0.

Write:/ 'I code in', icode, 'Language, SAP proprietary'.

ENDIF.

You should try to add comments to your code for newbies like me to get hold of it :D 

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26 minutes ago, Sirius_Bright said:

Data: icode() type c.                           "Data declaration.

icode = 'ABAP'.                                   "Assigning values

If sy-subrc EQ 0.                                 "Checking if previous operation was successful or not

Write:/ 'I code in', icode, 'Language, SAP proprietary.'. "Displaying statement on the Screen.

ENDIF.

 

Output: I code in ABAP Language, SAP proprietary.

Well I must say, Its a cute little "Robotic" Language!

Do you work for SAP?

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11 minutes ago, Waseem162 said:

Well I must say, Its a cute little "Robotic" Language!

This is just a drop in the ocean. You add dozen modules and OOPS to feel the heat. 

14 minutes ago, Waseem162 said:

Do you work for SAP?

I work for a company that provides SAP solutions to the end user.  

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#include <string>

#include <iostream>

 

int main () {

    std::string name;

    std::string code_editor;

    std::string OS;

    std::string language;

    std::cout << " If you are a coder, what is your name? \t " << std::endl;

    std::cin >> string;

    std::cout << "What code editor you use? \t" << std::endl;

    std::cin >> code_editor;

    std::cout << "What is your operating system? \t" << std::endl;

    std::cin << OS;

    std::cout << "What language am I talking with you?\t" << std::endl;

    std::cin << language;

    return 0;

}

-> code compiled

-> execution:

If you are a coder, what is your name?         AmirAlmuminin

What code editor you use?           Atom

What is your operating system?         Linux

What language am I talking with you?       IC++

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29 minutes ago, Waseem162 said:

If you hash too much, you might overdo the mapping :D

010101010101 ^Dar, (simulation, faxing 5163 OPC3 line, 6111615)

!@#'**12 Mr. Sim , 11117783

Err: <loading.....?...#/^AOP

hack..@301

<STARS, 0P3 Line, subject 0113. :)

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53 minutes ago, AfricanShia said:

OP3 Six #5Code= Novac 

Sys-Optical 00/Hash

Language: $@34%£¥ NAO hashed .

7 minutes ago, AfricanShia said:

010101010101 ^Dar, (simulation, faxing 5163 OPC3 line, 6111615)

!@#'**12 Mr. Sim , 11117783

Err: <loading.....?...#/^AOP

hack..@301

<STARS, 0P3 Line, subject 0113. :)

What??..  Banging your head on the keyboard :P

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9 hours ago, AmirAlmuminin Lover said:

#include <string>

#include <iostream>

 

int main () {

    std::string name;

    std::string code_editor;

    std::string OS;

    std::string language;

    std::cout << " If you are a coder, what is your name? \t " << std::endl;

    std::cin >> string;

    std::cout << "What code editor you use? \t" << std::endl;

    std::cin >> code_editor;

    std::cout << "What is your operating system? \t" << std::endl;

    std::cin << OS;

    std::cout << "What language am I talking with you?\t" << std::endl;

    std::cin << language;

    return 0;

}

-> code compiled

-> execution:

If you are a coder, what is your name?         AmirAlmuminin

What code editor you use?           Atom

What is your operating system?         Linux

What language am I talking with you?       IC++

Well Atom is a bit slow IDE :(

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