C_taw12_740: chapter 07 internal table definition and use

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C_taw12_740: chapter 07 internal table definition and use

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Sample questions from book "ABAP 7.4 Certification Guide"

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Phreak
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Creation Date:
10/09/2017

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How many kinds of internal tables are supported in the ABAP language? 2 3 1.
Which of the following statements are true? Select all that apply. Standard tables can be accessed by index. Standard tables cannot be accessed by index. A sorted table is always accessed by a unique key. Hashed tables are always accessed by index. Hashed tables are accessed by a unique key.
The OCCURS statement is required to define an internal table with a header line. True False.
You can use the APPEND statement to fill a sorted internal table. True False.
You cannot use the INSERT statement to insert lines into a standard internal table. True False.
You can use a table with a header line for object-oriented programming. True False.
An internal table line type with a deep or nested structure can be defined for internal tables with a header line. True False.
Internal tables cannot have a deep or nested structure in their line type. True False.
The READ statement with the addition BINARY SEARCH for a sorted internal table is better for performance. True False.
The READ statement with the BINARY SEARCH addition cannot be used for a sorted internal table. True False.
The BINARY SEARCH addition cannot be used with the READ statement for the HASHED table. True False.
Which of the following is a true statement? Select all that apply. A sorted table can have a unique or a non-unique key. A standard table should always have a unique key. A hashed table should always have a unique table key.
You can empty the body of the internal table itab with a header line using the CLEAR itab statement. True False.
You can modify an internal table by using the UPDATE statement. True False.
Internal tables can also be modified after executing the READ statement with the addition ASSIGNING. True False.
You cannot use a SORT statement for a sorted internal table. True False.
An internal table can have primary keys as well as secondary keys. True False.
An internal table can have at most 15 secondary keys. True False.
An internal table is an ABAP program variable. True False.
An internal table can be defined using the DATA statement. True False.
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