1. Explain modularization.

Modularization is the process of dividing a large block of code into small and manageable units. These units are known as modularization units. The lines of codes are grouped and executed when called. The code lines are like a microprogram that can be called from any other program.

2. What are the different types of processing blocks?

Advance business application programming (ABAP) programs are made up of processing blocks, which are modular in nature. There are two types of processing blocks in ABAP:

Processing blocks that are called from outside the program with the help of an ABAP runtime environment. ...

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