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Populating internal tables


Given the following internal table.

TYPES: BEGIN OF ty_sflight,
         sflight LIKE sflight,
         perocc(4) TYPE p DECIMALS 2,
       END OF ty_sflight.

DATA: gt_sflight TYPE TABLE OF ty_sflight.

First of all, what's the difference between using TYPE and LIKE, eg in sflight LIKE sflight. Both seem to work the same when I tried debugging.

Secondly, how do I populate the internal table? I tried the following but got an error:

SELECT sflight~carrid sflight~connid
  INTO (gt_sflight-sflight-carrid, gt_sflight-sflight-connid) FROM sflight UP TO 50 ROWS.

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