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This function creates a popup with a dynamic text with this pattern <TEXT_BEFORE><OBJECTVALUE><TEXT_AFTER>.

OBJECTVALUE could be any type of parameter that could be implicitly converted to a sequence of chars.

CALL FUNCTION ?POPUP_TO_CONFIRM_WITH_VALUE?
EXPORTING
*   DEFAULTOPTION = ?Y?
OBJECTVALUE = lv_value
*   TEXT_AFTER = ? ?
TEXT_BEFORE = text-001
TITEL = text-002
*   START_COLUMN = 25
*   START_ROW = 6
*   CANCEL_DISPLAY = ?X?
* IMPORTING
*   ANSWER =
* EXCEPTIONS
*   TEXT_TOO_LONG = 1
*   OTHERS = 2
.

DATA: TEXT_QUESTION(256) TYPE C,
TEXT_BEFORE(256) TYPE C,
TEXT_AFTER(256) TYPE C,
VALUE(256) TYPE C.

VALUE = lv_value.
TEXT_BEFORE = text-001.
TEXT_AFTER = text-003.

CONCATENATE TEXT_BEFORE VALUE TEXT_AFTER INTO TEXT_QUESTION SEPARATED BY SPACE.

IF SY-SUBRC = 4.
*     TO DO: text too long
ENDIF.

CALL FUNCTION ?POPUP_TO_CONFIRM?
EXPORTING
TITLEBAR = text-002
TEXT_QUESTION = TEXT_QUESTION.

An other better solution is to use parametric diagnose text.

DATA: PARAMETERS LIKE SPAR OCCURS 0 WITH HEADER LINE.

MOVE lv_value TO PARAMETERS-VALUE.
MOVE ?VALUE? TO PARAMETERS-PARAM. ?PARAM must have the same name of the symbol in the dialog text
APPEND PARAMETERS.

CALL FUNCTION ?POPUP_TO_CONFIRM?
EXPORTING
TITLEBAR = text-002
DIAGNOSE_OBJECT = ?Z_CONFIRM_WITH_VALUE?
TEXT_QUESTION = ?
TABLES
PARAMETER = PARAMETERS.

Z_CONFIRM_WITH_VALUE is a dialog text created with SE61 with a symbol named &VALUE&.