Pretty Report Vs Pretty Printer in ABAP

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This program takes an existing ABAP report, and does the following:move comments to the end of the line. Added because pretty printer in 4.6 no longer does this
– Adds
comments (table name) for the tables listed after a TABLES statement if the line has not been commented already.
– Adds
comments (field name) for data elements, parameters, and select-options that are defined using the LIKE or FOR statement
– For ENDLOOP/ENDSELECT
adds comment identify the LOOP/SELECT that is being closed
– For FORM/ENDFORM
adds comment identify the FORM that is being closed
– Checks to ensure that the program being modified is either a Local Private Object, or on a transport that belongs to the person running this program. This is to help prevent screwups.
– Calls function PRETTY_PRINTER to do the SAP standard pretty print after the custom comments have been created.

– Attempts to move comments to the end of the line.  Added because pretty printer in 4.6 no longer does this.

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* Pretty Report – format the ABAP Program
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REPORT zabap_pretty_report .
TABLES:
e071 , ” Objects of a request or task (E070)
tadir , ” Catalog of R/3 Repository objects
trdir , ” System table TRDIR
dd02t . ” R/3-DD: SAP Table Texts
DATA: BEGIN OF mtab_old_prog OCCURS 0,
line(72) TYPE c,
END OF mtab_old_prog.
DATA: BEGIN OF mtab_new_prog OCCURS 0,
line(72) TYPE c,
END OF mtab_new_prog.
DATA: BEGIN OF mtab_statement OCCURS 0,
line(72) TYPE c,
END OF mtab_statement.
DATA:
* Hold an entire statement, even if it spans multiple lines
BEGIN OF mtab_long_line OCCURS 0,
start TYPE i,
end TYPE i,
code(5000) TYPE c,
END OF mtab_long_line.
DATA: BEGIN OF mtab_tabname OCCURS 0,
tabname LIKE dd02t-tabname, ” Table name
tabdesc LIKE dd02t-ddtext, “Short text describing ABAP/4 Dictio
END OF mtab_tabname.
* Queue to hold list of internal table names for commenting the ENDLOOP
* line
DATA: BEGIN OF mtab_itab_names OCCURS 0,
tabname(40) TYPE c,
END OF mtab_itab_names.
* Queue to hold list of table names for commenting the ENDSELECT line
DATA: BEGIN OF mtab_tab_names OCCURS 0,
tabname(40) TYPE c,
END OF mtab_tab_names.
DATA: BEGIN OF mtab_form_names OCCURS 0,
tabname(40) TYPE c,
END OF mtab_form_names.
PARAMETERS:
p_report LIKE sy-repid, ” Program: Name of ABAP/4 program
p_test AS CHECKBOX DEFAULT ‘X’.
START-OF-SELECTION.
PERFORM get_program_code TABLES mtab_old_prog
USING p_report.
END-OF-SELECTION.
PERFORM create_condensed_table TABLES mtab_old_prog
mtab_long_line.
PERFORM format_program.
CALL FUNCTION ‘PRETTY_PRINTER’
EXPORTING
inctoo = space
TABLES
ntext = mtab_new_prog
otext = mtab_new_prog
EXCEPTIONS
enqueue_table_full = 1
include_enqueued = 2
include_readerror = 3
include_writeerror = 4
OTHERS = 5.
IF p_test = space.
PERFORM save_program.
ENDIF.
LOOP AT mtab_new_prog.
IF mtab_new_prog = space.
SKIP 1.
ENDIF.
WRITE: / mtab_new_prog.
ENDLOOP. ” LOOP AT MTAB_NEW_PROG
*———————————————————–*
* FORM GET_PROGRAM_CODE *
*———————————————————–*
* –> FTAB_OLD_PROG *
* –> F_REPORT *
*———————————————————–*
FORM get_program_code TABLES ftab_old_prog STRUCTURE mtab_old_prog
USING f_report.
* Read the program code into an internal table
REFRESH ftab_old_prog.
READ REPORT f_report INTO ftab_old_prog.
SELECT SINGLE * FROM trdir WHERE name = f_report.
IF sy-subrc NE 0.
WRITE: / ‘Unable to read report:’, f_report.
WRITE: / ‘Exiting program’.
ENDIF.
ENDFORM. ” FORM GET_PROGRAM_CODE
*———————————————————–*
* FORM CREATE_CONDENSED_TABLE *
*———————————————————–*
* Create a table that has all statements condensed onto 1 line *
*———————————————————–*
* –> FTAB_OLD_PROG *
* –> FTAB_long_line *
*———————————————————–*
FORM create_condensed_table
TABLES ftab_old_prog STRUCTURE mtab_old_prog
ftab_long_line STRUCTURE mtab_long_line.
DATA:
* Structure to hold program code/comment
BEGIN OF fstr_line,
code(72) TYPE c, ” Program Code
comment(72) TYPE c, ” Inline comments
END OF fstr_line.
LOOP AT ftab_old_prog.
IF ftab_long_line-start = 0.
ftab_long_line-start = ftab_long_line-end + 1.
CLEAR ftab_long_line-end.
ENDIF.
* Strip off any inline comments so they do not get in the way
* If comments are not separated, then words in the comments could
* look like keywords, and cause problems
SPLIT ftab_old_prog-line AT ‘”‘ INTO fstr_line-code
fstr_line-comment.
* Align all statements to be left justified
SHIFT fstr_line-code LEFT DELETING LEADING space.
* Put all lines that make up a single statement into one field
* This will make it easier to isolate key words. For example, if you
* want to process a TABLES statement, but exclude the TABLES part
* of a function call, or a subroutine call.
CONCATENATE ftab_long_line-code
fstr_line-code
INTO ftab_long_line-code SEPARATED BY space.
IF fstr_line-code CA ‘.’ OR ” Period means end of statement
fstr_line-code(1) = ‘*’ OR ” Comment Line
fstr_line-code CO space. ” Blank Line
* Keep track of the table index that the statement ends on
ftab_long_line-end = sy-tabix.
* Remove delimiter from concatenation of fields
SHIFT ftab_long_line-code LEFT BY 1 PLACES.
APPEND ftab_long_line.
CLEAR: ftab_long_line-code,
ftab_long_line-start.
* Don’t clear out fstr_long_line-end yet. It is used to calc
* fstr_long_line-start.
ENDIF.
ENDLOOP. ” LOOP AT FTAB_OLD_PROG
ENDFORM. ” FORM CREATE_CONDENSED_TABLE
*———————————————————–*
* FORM FORMAT_PROGRAM *
*———————————————————–*
* …….. *
*———————————————————–*
FORM format_program.
DATA: lstr_old_prog LIKE mtab_old_prog.
LOOP AT mtab_long_line.
TRANSLATE mtab_long_line-code TO UPPER CASE.
IF mtab_long_line-code(1) EQ ‘*’. ” Do not modify Comment Lines
LOOP AT mtab_old_prog FROM mtab_long_line-start
TO mtab_long_line-end.
mtab_new_prog-line = mtab_old_prog-line.
APPEND mtab_new_prog.
ENDLOOP. ” LOOP AT MTAB_OLD_PROG
ELSEIF mtab_long_line-code(6) EQ ‘TABLES’.
* Reformat any TABLES statements. Will only reformat when TABLES
* is at the start of the statement. Will not try to get table
* descriptions for CALL FUNCTIONS or FORM/PERFORMs
* Get the table names from mstr_long_line.
PERFORM get_table_names_from_statement TABLES mtab_tabname
USING mtab_long_line-code.
* Find the descriptions for each table
PERFORM get_table_descriptions TABLES mtab_tabname.
* create the new statement
PERFORM build_new_tables_statement USING mtab_long_line.
ELSE. ” All other modifications to the code handled here
LOOP AT mtab_old_prog FROM mtab_long_line-start
TO mtab_long_line-end.
* Remove extra spaces from line for comparisons
lstr_old_prog = mtab_old_prog.
CONDENSE lstr_old_prog.
TRANSLATE lstr_old_prog TO UPPER CASE.
IF lstr_old_prog-line CS ‘”‘. ” Comments
mtab_new_prog-line = mtab_old_prog-line.
ELSE.
IF lstr_old_prog-line CS ‘ LIKE ‘ OR
lstr_old_prog-line CS ‘ FOR ‘.
PERFORM get_for_like_comment USING mtab_old_prog
CHANGING mtab_new_prog.
ELSEIF lstr_old_prog-line(7) = ‘LOOP AT ‘.
* save table name into a queue
PERFORM enqueue_itab_name USING mtab_long_line-code.
mtab_new_prog-line = mtab_old_prog-line.
ELSEIF lstr_old_prog-line(7) = ‘ENDLOOP’.
* get name off of queue and add it as a comment to the ENDLOOP line
PERFORM add_comment_to_endloop USING mtab_old_prog-line
CHANGING mtab_new_prog-line.
ELSEIF lstr_old_prog-line(7) EQ ‘SELECT ‘ AND
lstr_old_prog-line(13) NE ‘SELECT SINGLE’.
* save table name into a queue
PERFORM enqueue_tab_name USING mtab_old_prog-line.
mtab_new_prog-line = mtab_old_prog-line.
ELSEIF lstr_old_prog-line(9) = ‘ENDSELECT’.
* get name off of queue and add it as a comment to the ENDSELECT
PERFORM add_comment_to_select USING mtab_old_prog-line
CHANGING mtab_new_prog-line.
ELSEIF lstr_old_prog-line(5) = ‘FORM ‘.
* save form name into a queue
PERFORM enqueue_form_name USING mtab_old_prog-line.
mtab_new_prog-line = mtab_old_prog-line.
ELSEIF lstr_old_prog-line(7) = ‘ENDFORM’.
* get name off of queue and add it as a comment to the ENDFORM
PERFORM add_comment_to_endform USING mtab_old_prog-line
CHANGING mtab_new_prog-line.
ELSE. ” Any other lines
mtab_new_prog-line = mtab_old_prog-line.
ENDIF.
ENDIF.
PERFORM format_comments CHANGING mtab_new_prog-line.
APPEND mtab_new_prog.
ENDLOOP. ” LOOP AT MTAB_OLD_PROG
ENDIF.
ENDLOOP. ” LOOP AT MTAB_LONG_LINE
ENDFORM. ” FORM CREATE_CONDENSED_TABLE
*———————————————————–*
* FORM GET_TABLE_NAMES_FROM_STATEMENT *
*———————————————————–*
* …….. *
*———————————————————–*
* –> FTAB_TABNAME *
* –> FC_STATEMENT *
*———————————————————–*
FORM get_table_names_from_statement
TABLES ftab_tabname STRUCTURE mtab_tabname
USING fc_statement.
CLEAR ftab_tabname.
REFRESH ftab_tabname.
REPLACE ‘TABLES’ WITH space INTO fc_statement.
TRANSLATE fc_statement USING ‘. ‘. ” Replace periods
TRANSLATE fc_statement USING ‘, ‘. ” Replace commas
TRANSLATE fc_statement USING ‘: ‘. ” Replace colons
CONDENSE fc_statement. ” Remove all extra spaces
SPLIT fc_statement AT space INTO TABLE ftab_tabname.
ENDFORM. ” FORM GET_TABLE_NAMES_FROM_STATEMENT
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* FORM GET_TABLE_DESCRIPTIONS *
*———————————————————–*
* …….. *
*———————————————————–*
* –> FTAB_TABNAME *
* –> LOOP *
* –> AT*
* –> FTAB_TABNAME *
*———————————————————–*
FORM get_table_descriptions TABLES ftab_tabname STRUCTURE mtab_tabname.
LOOP AT ftab_tabname.
SELECT SINGLE * FROM dd02t
WHERE tabname = ftab_tabname-tabname
AND ddlanguage = sy-langu.
IF sy-subrc = 0.
ftab_tabname-tabdesc = dd02t-ddtext.
MODIFY ftab_tabname.
ENDIF.
ENDLOOP. ” LOOP AT FTAB_TABNAME
ENDFORM. ” FORM GET_TABLE_DESCRIPTIONS
*———————————————————–*
* FORM BUILD_NEW_TABLES_STATEMENT *
*———————————————————–*
* …….. *
*———————————————————–*
* –> FSTR_LONG_LINE *
*———————————————————–*
FORM build_new_tables_statement
USING fstr_long_line LIKE mtab_long_line.
DATA: lc_sep(1) TYPE c,
li_rows TYPE i.
DESCRIBE TABLE mtab_tabname LINES li_rows.
mtab_new_prog-line = ‘TABLES:’.
APPEND mtab_new_prog.
LOOP AT mtab_tabname.
IF sy-tabix = li_rows.
lc_sep = ‘.’.
ELSE.
lc_sep = ‘,’.
ENDIF.
CONCATENATE ‘~~’
mtab_tabname-tabname
lc_sep
‘”‘
mtab_tabname-tabdesc
INTO mtab_new_prog SEPARATED BY space.
TRANSLATE mtab_new_prog USING ‘~ ‘.
APPEND mtab_new_prog.
ENDLOOP. ” LOOP AT MTAB_TABNAME
ENDFORM. ” FORM BUILD_NEW_TABLES_STATEMENT
*———————————————————–*
* FORM GET_FOR/LIKE_COMMENT *
*———————————————————–*
* …….. *
*———————————————————–*
* –> F_OLD_PROG *
* –> F_NEW_PROG *
*———————————————————–*
FORM get_for_like_comment USING value(f_old_prog) LIKE mtab_old_prog
CHANGING f_new_prog.
DATA:
lc_dummy(1) TYPE c,
lc_tabname(40) TYPE c,
ltab_nametab LIKE dntab OCCURS 0 WITH HEADER LINE,
BEGIN OF lstr_field,
tabname LIKE dd02t-tabname, ” Table name
fldname LIKE dd02t-tabname, ” Table name
END OF lstr_field.
IF f_old_prog-line CA ‘”‘ OR ” Line already commented
f_old_prog-line(1) = ‘*’.
f_new_prog = f_old_prog.
EXIT.
ELSEIF f_old_prog CS ‘ LIKE ‘.
SPLIT f_old_prog AT ‘ LIKE ‘ INTO lc_dummy
lc_tabname.
ELSEIF f_old_prog CS ‘ FOR ‘.
SPLIT f_old_prog AT ‘ FOR ‘ INTO lc_dummy
lc_tabname.
ELSE.
f_new_prog = f_old_prog.
EXIT.
ENDIF.
* If there is anything following the table-field in a LIKE or FOR
* clause it will be removed so that only the table-field remains
SPLIT lc_tabname AT space INTO lc_tabname
lc_dummy.
TRANSLATE lc_tabname USING ‘. ‘. ” Remove periods
TRANSLATE lc_tabname USING ‘, ‘. ” Remove commas
CONDENSE lc_tabname. ” Remove extra white space
SPLIT lc_tabname AT ‘-‘ INTO lstr_field-tabname
lstr_field-fldname.
* The system variables are actually defined in DDIC structure SYST
IF lstr_field-tabname = ‘SY’.
lstr_field-tabname = ‘SYST’.
ENDIF.
CALL FUNCTION ‘NAMETAB_GET’
EXPORTING
langu = sy-langu
only = ‘ ‘
tabname = lstr_field-tabname
TABLES
nametab = ltab_nametab
EXCEPTIONS
OTHERS = 4.
READ TABLE ltab_nametab
WITH KEY tabname = lstr_field-tabname
fieldname = lstr_field-fldname.
IF sy-subrc = 0.
CONCATENATE f_old_prog
‘”‘
ltab_nametab-fieldtext
INTO f_new_prog SEPARATED BY space.
ELSE.
f_new_prog = f_old_prog.
ENDIF.
ENDFORM. ” FORM BUILD_NEW_TABLES_STATEMENT
*———————————————————–*
* FORM SAVE_PROGRAM *
*———————————————————–*
* …….. *
*———————————————————–*
FORM save_program.
DATA:
lc_saveok(1) TYPE c.
DATA:
lstr_message LIKE message.
* Check to see if the program is a local private object ($TMP)
SELECT SINGLE * FROM tadir
WHERE pgmid = ‘R3TR’
AND object = ‘PROG’
AND obj_name = p_report.
IF sy-subrc = 0.
IF tadir-devclass = ‘$TMP’. ” Local Private Object
lc_saveok = ‘X’.
ELSE.
* Check to see if the person trying to update the source is the
* same one who last changed the program
SELECT SINGLE * FROM trdir
WHERE name = p_report.
IF sy-subrc = 0 AND
trdir-unam <> sy-uname.
lc_saveok = space.
MESSAGE ID ‘ZSK’ TYPE ‘I’ NUMBER 000
WITH ‘You are not the user who last changed this program.’
‘ Program changes not saved.’.
ELSE.
* Check to see if the program is on a request. If it is not,
* do not allow it to be updated. If the user cannot update the
* program, then this program won’t either.
SELECT SINGLE * FROM e071
WHERE ( ( pgmid = ‘R3TR’ AND object = ‘PROG’ ) OR
( pgmid = ‘LIMU’ AND object = ‘REPS’ ) ) AND
obj_name = p_report AND
lockflag = ‘X’.
IF sy-subrc = 0 AND e071-lockflag = ‘X’.
lc_saveok = ‘X’.
ELSE.
lc_saveok = space.
MESSAGE ID ‘ZSK’ TYPE ‘I’ NUMBER 000
WITH ‘Program must be on a transport, or be a local’
‘private object. Program changes not saved.’.
ENDIF.
ENDIF.
ENDIF.
ELSE.
lc_saveok = space.
MESSAGE ID ‘ZSK’ TYPE ‘I’ NUMBER 000
WITH ‘Program not saved’.
ENDIF.
CHECK lc_saveok = ‘X’.
*– Check to see if the program is locked
CALL FUNCTION ‘ENQUEUE_ESRDIRE’
EXPORTING
mode_trdir = ‘X’ ” Exclusive Lock
name = p_report
EXCEPTIONS
foreign_lock = 1
system_failure = 2
OTHERS = 3.
CASE sy-subrc.
WHEN 0. ” OK
INSERT REPORT p_report FROM mtab_new_prog.
IF sy-subrc = 0.
FORMAT COLOR COL_POSITIVE.
WRITE: / ‘Program now has fields commented.’.
ELSE.
FORMAT COLOR COL_NEGATIVE.
WRITE: / ‘Error saving program’.
ENDIF.
CALL FUNCTION ‘DEQUEUE_ESRDIRE’
EXPORTING
mode_trdir = ‘E’
name = p_report.
WHEN 1. ” Locked by another user
CALL FUNCTION ‘WRITE_MESSAGE’
EXPORTING
msgid = ‘EU’
msgno = ‘510’
msgty = ‘S’
msgv1 = sy-msgv1
msgv2 = sy-msgv2
msgv3 = sy-msgv3
msgv4 = sy-msgv4
msgv5 = space
IMPORTING
messg = lstr_message
EXCEPTIONS
OTHERS = 1.
IF sy-subrc = 0.
FORMAT COLOR COL_NEGATIVE INTENSIFIED OFF.
WRITE: / lstr_message-msgtx,
/ ‘No changes made to program’, p_report.
ENDIF.
WHEN 2.
CALL FUNCTION ‘WRITE_MESSAGE’
EXPORTING
msgid = ‘EU’
msgno = ‘510’
msgty = ‘S’
msgv1 = sy-msgv1
msgv2 = sy-msgv2
msgv3 = sy-msgv3
msgv4 = sy-msgv4
msgv5 = space
IMPORTING
messg = lstr_message
EXCEPTIONS
OTHERS = 1.
IF sy-subrc = 0.
FORMAT COLOR COL_NEGATIVE INTENSIFIED OFF.
WRITE: / lstr_message-msgtx,
/ ‘No changes made to program’, p_report.
ENDIF.
ENDCASE.
FORMAT COLOR COL_NORMAL.
SKIP 2.
ENDFORM. ” FORM SAVE_PROGRAM
*———————————————————–*
* FORM ENQUEUE_ITAB_NAME*
*———————————————————–*
* …….. *
*———————————————————–*
* –> F_LINE *
*———————————————————–*
FORM enqueue_itab_name USING value(f_line) LIKE mtab_long_line-code.
DATA:
lc_dummy(1) TYPE c,
lc_itab(40) TYPE c.
TRANSLATE f_line TO UPPER CASE.
SPLIT f_line AT ‘LOOP AT ‘ INTO lc_dummy
lc_itab.
SPLIT lc_itab AT space INTO lc_itab
lc_dummy.
TRANSLATE lc_itab USING ‘. ‘.
CONDENSE lc_itab.
mtab_itab_names = lc_itab.
* Always have the most recent LOOP AT table as the first entry in the
* queue
INSERT mtab_itab_names INDEX 1.
ENDFORM. ” ENQUEUE_ITAB_NAME
*———————————————————–*
* FORM ADD_COMMENT_TO_ENDLOOP *
*———————————————————–*
* …….. *
*———————————————————–*
* –> FSTR_LONG_LINE *
* –> F_PROG_LINE *
*———————————————————–*
FORM add_comment_to_endloop USING fstr_long_line
LIKE mtab_old_prog-line CHANGING f_prog_line.
IF mtab_old_prog-line NA ‘”‘. ” No comments
* Get the internal table from the queue
READ TABLE mtab_itab_names INDEX 1.
CONCATENATE mtab_old_prog-line
‘”‘
‘LOOP AT’
mtab_itab_names-tabname
INTO f_prog_line SEPARATED BY space.
* Dequeue the itab name
DELETE mtab_itab_names INDEX 1.
ELSE.
f_prog_line = mtab_old_prog-line.
ENDIF.
ENDFORM. ” FORM SAVE_PROGRAM
*———————————————————–*
* FORM ENQUEUE_TAB_NAME *
*———————————————————–*
* …….. *
*———————————————————–*
* –> F_LINE *
*———————————————————–*
FORM enqueue_tab_name USING f_line LIKE mtab_old_prog-line.
DATA:
lc_dummy(1) TYPE c,
lc_tab(40) TYPE c.
TRANSLATE f_line TO UPPER CASE.
SPLIT f_line AT ‘ FROM ‘ INTO lc_dummy
lc_tab.
CONDENSE lc_tab. ” Remove leading/trailing extra spaces
SPLIT lc_tab AT space INTO lc_tab
lc_dummy.
TRANSLATE lc_tab USING ‘. ‘.
CONDENSE lc_tab.
mtab_tab_names = lc_tab.
* Always have the most recent LOOP AT table as the first entry in the
* queue
INSERT mtab_tab_names INDEX 1.
ENDFORM. ” FORM BUILD_NEW_TABLES_STATEMENT
*———————————————————–*
* FORM ADD_COMMENT_TO_SELECT *
*———————————————————–*
* …….. *
*———————————————————–*
* –> FSTR_LONG_LINE *
* –> F_PROG_LINE *
*———————————————————–*
FORM add_comment_to_select USING fstr_long_line LIKE mtab_old_prog-line
CHANGING f_prog_line.
IF mtab_old_prog-line NA ‘”‘. ” No comments
* Get the table from the queue
READ TABLE mtab_tab_names INDEX 1.
CONCATENATE mtab_old_prog-line
‘”‘
‘SELECT FROM’
mtab_tab_names-tabname
INTO f_prog_line SEPARATED BY space.
* Dequeue the tab name
DELETE mtab_tab_names INDEX 1.
ELSE.
f_prog_line = mtab_old_prog-line.
ENDIF.
ENDFORM. ” FORM SAVE_PROGRAM
*———————————————————–*
* FORM ADD_COMMENT_TO_ENDFORM *
*———————————————————–*
* …….. *
*———————————————————–*
* –> FSTR_LONG_LINE *
* –> F_NEW_PROG *
*———————————————————–*
FORM add_comment_to_endform USING fstr_long_line
LIKE mtab_old_prog-line CHANGING f_prog_line.
IF mtab_old_prog-line NA ‘”‘. ” No comments
* Get the table from the queue
READ TABLE mtab_form_names INDEX 1.
CONCATENATE mtab_old_prog-line
‘”‘
‘FORM’
mtab_form_names-tabname
INTO f_prog_line SEPARATED BY space.
* Dequeue the form name
DELETE mtab_form_names INDEX 1.
ELSE.
f_prog_line = mtab_old_prog-line.
ENDIF.
ENDFORM. ” FORM SAVE_PROGRAM
*———————————————————–*
* FORM ENQUEUE_FORM_NAME*
*———————————————————–*
* …….. *
*———————————————————–*
* –> F_LINE *
*———————————————————–*
FORM enqueue_form_name USING f_line.
DATA:
lc_dummy(1) TYPE c,
lc_tab(40) TYPE c.
TRANSLATE f_line TO UPPER CASE.
SPLIT f_line AT ‘FORM ‘ INTO lc_dummy
lc_tab.
CONDENSE lc_tab. ” Remove leading/trailing extra spaces
SPLIT lc_tab AT space INTO lc_tab
lc_dummy.
TRANSLATE lc_tab USING ‘. ‘.
CONDENSE lc_tab.
mtab_form_names = lc_tab.
* Always have the most recent LOOP AT table as the first entry in the
* queue
INSERT mtab_form_names INDEX 1.
ENDFORM. ” FORM ENQUEUE_FORM_NAME
*———————————————————–*
* FORM format_comments *
*———————————————————–*
* This routine has not been well tested, so there may be *
* some unanticipated features present! *
*———————————————————–*
* –> F_PROGLINE *
*———————————————————–*
FORM format_comments CHANGING f_progline LIKE mtab_new_prog-line.
DATA: li_pos TYPE i,
li_code_len TYPE i, ” Length of the code
li_comm_len TYPE i, ” length of the comment
lc_line LIKE mtab_new_prog-line,
lc_comment LIKE mtab_new_prog-line.
*– Make sure there is an inline comment on the line
CHECK f_progline CS ‘”‘.
*– Separate program code from comments
SPLIT f_progline AT ‘”‘ INTO lc_line
lc_comment.
CONCATENATE ‘”‘
lc_comment
INTO lc_comment SEPARATED BY space.
f_progline = lc_line.
li_code_len = STRLEN( lc_line ).
li_comm_len = STRLEN( lc_comment ).
li_pos = 70 – li_code_len – li_comm_len.
IF li_pos GE 45 AND
li_pos GT li_code_len.
f_progline+li_pos = lc_comment.
ENDIF.
ENDFORM.” format_comments

*Source = Kevin

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