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can I see the source code when I read java API

 
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can I see the source code when I read java API, is there a link I can click to see the source code for that API?
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For the methods that aren't native, you can see their implementation by unzipping the file src.zip that usually comes with the JDK. It contains the same package structure as the API and you can see the source code.
 
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