SAP ABAP Operators
The source code of SAP ABAP consists of either statement or comment. Statement is a combination of operators, operands, variables, and keywords.
- Operands : – Operands are the variables which you need to perform particular operation.
- Variables : – Variables is the name given to the memory location.
SAP ABAP operators are further classified into different types of operators, they are
- Arithmetic Operators
- Comparative Operators
- Logical Operators.
There should be at least one space between any type of operator. for e.g.
A= B :- Invalid A =B :- Invalid A = B :- Valid
SAP ABAP/4 supports various arithmetic operators to perform various mathematical functions. For all Arithmetic operators, the default keyword COMPUTE is added at the beginning of the statement.
|+||+ (Addition) operator is used to add the values||5+3 = 9|
|–||– (Subtraction) operator is used to subtract the values||5-3 = 9|
|*||* (Multiplication) operator is used to multiply the values||5*3 = 15|
|**||** operator is used for exponential of values||5**3 = 125|
|MOD||MOD operator is used for reminder of division of two integer||5 mod 2|
|/||/ (Division) is used to divide the values||5/3 = 1.66|
The different types of comparison abap operators are as follows
|< or LT||Less than||A < B or A LT B|
|<= or LE||Less than or equal||A <= B or A LE B|
|> or GT||Greater than||A > B or A GT B|
|>= or GE||Greater than or equal||A >= B or A GE B|
|= or EQ||Equal||A = B or A = B|
|<> or NE||Not Equal||A <> B or A NE B|
Logical operators are used to check the results of more than one statement combination.
|AND||AND (Is True) operator is used when all the statements are true||IF A > B AND A > C |
A is Biggest.
|OR||OR (Is True) operator is used when at least one statement is true||A < B OR A < C|