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Standard way of Commenting codes

Mohammed Yousuff
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I like to know what the best ways to comment in a Source code, so that i will be understandable by javadocs and the developer who is going throw that code.

Please provide me some of tips to make the comments properly


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Jelle Klap
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The guidelines for writing comments in code outlined by the Sun code conventions would be a good starting point.
Also, Sun's documentation on writing doc comments that can be processed by the Javadoc tool might be useful.


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