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SAP ABAP Questions & Answers
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Although this is a freestanding book, it goes along well with the much bigger SAP ABAP Handbook. It contains much of the same information, but in a more concise form (about 1/4 as many pages). It can serve as a guide to preparing for the SAP certification exam, as a quick introduction, as a review of the overall SAP programming language, or as a summary of the material in the big book.
As the title implies, this book is in Question and Answer format. It is divided into eleven chapters and most chapters have between 35 and 80 questions and of course their answers. The answers are of course factual, but in many cases they are quite short as would be expected in this kind of a review book.
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