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Michael Huber
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ANyone know how to create a documentation page that can be viewed in a web browser and looks like the pages in the API??

rahul V kumar
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checkout the javadoc command

check out the following link
Michael Huber
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thanks but whats the command to view it

I mean using j2sdk 1.4.1 through the command prompt

is it
javadoc (the name of file).java ???

javadoc (the name of file)

thanks any help is much appreciated
Stefan Wagner
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What's the command to view the j2sdk-docs?

perhaps, if you're using opera as browser.

javadoc generates .html-files.
I agree. Here's the link:
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