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Your Javadoc is your main form of documentation for your maintenance programmer. I provide it for everything except private datamembers (and even for some of them if their function isn't immediately apparent).
regards, Robert [ October 08, 2006: Message edited by: Robert Bar ]
Joined: Jul 15, 2006
Hello call I can see a use for providing javadoc for private methods.The IDE tools you are providing will display the information about the method when you call that method from a method inside the class. But i meant by my question is:
Will i lose points by providing javadoc for private methods. I provided javadoc for all methods. I had about 18 (classes and interfaces) in the data access module inculding the exceptions.Writing javadoc for all of them was so tedious task.
Jeroen T Wenting
Joined: Apr 21, 2006
you only loose points if you either don't provide enough or if what you provide is incorrect.