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Carl Johnson
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I am using Sun One Studio4 update1 IDE with the javadoc tool supplied,
Q1. My javadoc tool shows no errors on my finished solution should I do
more testing on another software tool.

Q2.I have not used tags <code> </code> in my solution will I lose marks.

Q2. What are tags <code> </code> used for.


[ August 30, 2005: Message edited by: Carl Johnson ]
 
Ken Krebs
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Carl,

<code> tags are generally used to wrap prgram code or other text where you want to preserve the formatting so that the html renderer doesn't disturb it.
It is possible you may lose a few style points if you have code in your javadoc and don't wrap it.
 
Carl Johnson
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Thanks for your input Ken
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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