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good example of Javadoc


Question

is there a good example of a source file containing Javadoc?

I can find lots of good examples of Javadoc on the internet, I would just like to find out the particular syntax used to create them, and assume I can pore through the source of some library somewhere but that seems like a lot of work.

2015/04/03
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4/3/2015 10:16:38 AM

Accepted Answer

How about the JDK source code, but accessed through a 3rd party like docjar? For example, the Collections source.

That way, there's no big download.

2009/07/03
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7/3/2009 3:59:33 PM

The page How to Write Doc Coments for the Javadoc Tool contains a good number of good examples. One section is called Examples of Doc Comments and contains quite a few usages.

Also, the Javadoc FAQ contains some more examples to illustrate the answers.

2013/03/21

How about the JDK source code?

2016/06/20

I use a small set of documentation patterns:

  • always documenting about thread-safety
  • always documenting immutability
  • javadoc with examples (like Formatter)
  • @Deprecation with WHY and HOW to replace the annotated element
2009/07/03

Have a look at Spring framework source, it has excellent javadocs

2009/07/03


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