There‘s a popular internet meme out there: "One does not simply ...". It comes from the statement "One does not simply walk into Mordor" made by Boromir, a member of the fellowship in the first Lord of the Rings movie, who is doubtful about the mission‘s prospects of success regarding the destruction of the one ring in Mount Doom - a volcano 🌋 in the realm of Mordor.
Maybe you were or are faced with a similarly tough mission when dealing with or learning ABAP. You could well argue that one does not simply understand ABAP😅.
How about some info and code snippets on dedicated ABAP topics, concepts and syntax in a nutshell to get some basic equipment on the mission when advancing (certainly less belligerently than the fellowship mentioned above) into the realm of ABAP 🤔?
No, it's not about foul tricks and cheating. And no teacher will disapprove. According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary📚, a cheat sheet is a "a written [...] aid (such as a sheet of notes) that can be referred to for help in understanding or remembering something complex".
What are ABAP Cheat Sheets?
provide a collection of information on selected ABAP topics in a nutshell for your reference.
focus on ABAP syntax, keywords and additions to ABAP statements.
include code snippets.
are supported by easy-to-consume demonstration examples that you can import into your SAP BTP ABAP environment or on-premise ABAP system using abapGit for you to run and check out ABAP syntax in action in simple contexts.
do not claim to be fully comprehensive as far as the concepts and syntax options are concerned. Since they are enriched by links to glossary entries and chapters of the ABAP Keyword Documentation (the F1 help), and others, they invite you to explore them further.
Provides a high-level overview of the SAP LUW concept with a focus on SAP LUW-related statements. Note: Several statements covered in the cheat sheet and the executable example are only relevant to classic ABAP.
Provides a high-level overview of selection screens and classic lists with a focus on related statements. It includes an excursion into the SAP List Viewer (ALV). Note: The content of this cheat sheet is only relevant to classic ABAP.