As programs grow larger and larger, it becomes more difficult for developers to maintain the source code. Luckily, we can make use of various modularization methods provided which make program code meaningful and easily understandable.
ABAP leverages various modularization options, each having its own strengths and weaknesses. These options may have local access from a particular program—such as form routines and macros—or they may have global access, such as function modules or include programs.
This article explains a scenario where macros can be used as a modularization option.
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