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All Javadoc comments begin with a block comment followed by an asterisk (/**) and end when the block comment does (*/). Optionally, each line can begin with arbitrary whitespace and a single asterisk; these are ignored when the documentation files are generated. /** * Brief summary of this class...
All Javadoc comments begin with a block comment followed by an asterisk (/**) and end when the block comment does (*/). Optionally, each line can begin with arbitrary whitespace and a single asterisk; these are ignored when the documentation files are generated. /** * Brief summary of method, end...
All Javadoc comments begin with a block comment followed by an asterisk (/**) and end when the block comment does (*/). Optionally, each line can begin with arbitrary whitespace and a single asterisk; these are ignored when the documentation files are generated. /** * Fields can be documented as ...
Java SE 5 It is possible to create package-level documentation in Javadocs using a file called package-info.java. This file must be formatted as below. Leading whitespace and asterisks optional, typically present in each line for formatting reason /** * Package documentation goes here; any docu...
Linking to other Javadocs is done with the @link tag: /** * You can link to the javadoc of an already imported class using {@link ClassName}. * * You can also use the fully-qualified name, if the class is not already imported: * {@link some.other.ClassName} * * You can link to members...
Many IDEs provide support for generating HTML from Javadocs automatically; some build tools (Maven and Gradle, for example) also have plugins that can handle the HTML creation. However, these tools are not required to generate the Javadoc HTML; this can be done using the command line javadoc tool. ...
Apart from the Javadoc documentation code can be documented inline. Single Line comments are started by // and may be positioned after a statement on the same line, but not before. public void method() { //single line comment someMethodCall(); //single line comment after statement }...
The canonical way of writing code inside documentation is with the {@code } construct. If you have multiline code wrap inside <pre></pre>. /** * The Class TestUtils. * <p> * This is an {@code inline("code example")}. * <p> * You should wrap it in pre tags...

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