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I would immediately hint that this raises all kinds of red flags...
SAP / ABAP is definitely not easy peasy...
When there is one thing that Iearned to hate.... It's to know that there is someone who most definitely should know it, but who is either unavailable or tries to fake dumbness (aka: person made changes two days ago and claims to not know the stuff to escape being responsible for it...)
You really should look for an alternative. What you described sounds very unprofessional especially for a German "Ausbildung" where you will spend a good 3 years learning.
If you don't have someone that you can ask questions to regularly you might be learning a lot but also a lot of things the wrong way.
I've seen this too often in companies around where I work (Liechtenstein / Rheintal) - one guy ended up working actually with a consultant for the company, and not with his internal group for his Matura / internship! ...really sad when these companies don't take care of their interns, then turn around and wonder why not of them stay for full employment. *sigh*
stop70901yABAP is a propietary language from the 60s with perfect backward compability, "." as the line terminator, a single space can create problems. you can make programs in hundreds of different ways and you need to understand every way or you wont last long.
Run fast, run far.
atheist69701yOn a more constructive note, I used to help run an intern program for uni students doing a year in industry, we taught them stuff, understood what they'd be working on and gave them meaningful projects. look for that.