ABAP statements consist of the following tokens and end with a period (.). Tokens in a statment must be separated by at least one empty character.
You can also use the following special characters:
A number of free-standing special characters, such as round brackets for setting the priority, need to be separated from other tokens by an empty character. Other special characters - as well as the period at the end - do not have to be separated by an empty character.
An ABAP statement is not restricted to a line in the source text, and is not case-sensitive.
ABAP statement with the keyword DELETE, the addition WHERE, the operators =, <, >, AND, OR, the operands itab, col1, op1, col2, op2, col3, op3and round brackets.
WHERE ( col1 = op1 AND ( col2 > op2 OR col3 < op3 ) ).