Java’s documentation comments

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  • Java Programming Style Guidelines Seite 1 von 13 Java Java Programming Style Guidelines Version 3.5, January 2004 Geotechnical Software Services Copyright © 1998-2004 This document is available at http://geosoft.no/javastyle.html Table of Content l l l l l l l 1 Introduction ¡ 1.1 Layout of the Recommendations ¡ 1.2 Recommendations Importance 2 General Recommendations 3 Naming Conventions ¡ 3.1 General Naming Conventions ¡ 3.2 Specific naming Conventions 4 Files 5 Statements ¡ 5.1 Package and Import Statements ¡ 5.2 Classes and Interfaces ¡ 5.3 Methods ¡ 5.4 Types ¡ 5.

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  • When the chronicle of computer languages is written, the following will be said: B led to C, C evolved into C++, and C++ set the stage for Java. To understand Java is to understand the reasons that drove its creation, the forces that shaped it, and the legacy that it inherits. Like the successful computer languages that came before, Java is a blend of the best elements of its rich heritage combined with the innovative concepts required by its unique environment.

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  • Explanation to improve readability of program comments one line /* ... */ comments multiple lines javadoc comments Comments that in form of /** …*/ are used by the javadoc program to produce HTML documentation for the program Example: This is an example of special java doc comments used for \n generating an html documentation. It uses tags like: @author Florence Balagtas @version 1.2

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  • The Java standard APIs are shown in HTML output at http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/api/index.html. It’s generated from the documentation comments (doc comments). Documentation comments are special comments in the source code that are delimited by the /** ... */ delimiters. The JDK contains a tool named javadoc to generate HTML documentation from documentation comments in your source file. The javadoc utility extracts information for the following items Public classes and interfaces Public and protected methods Public and protected fields Packages...

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  • Chapter 7 - Defining your own classes (part 2). After studying this chapter you will be able to: Describe how objects are returned from methods, describe how the reserved word this is used, define overloaded methods and constructors, define class methods and variables, describe how the arguments are passed to the parameters using the pass-by-value scheme, document classes with javadoc comments, organize classes into a package.

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  • B6: Tạo BroadCast Receiver để nhận Intent mà Activity2 gửi tới - Tạo 1 file Receiver.java trong at.exam - Nội dung: Mã: package at.exam; import import import import android.content.BroadcastReceiver; android.content.Context; android.content.Intent; android.widget.Toast; public class Receiver extends BroadcastReceiver{ @Override public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent) { long value = intent.getLongExtra("new value", -10) + 10; Toast toast = Toast.makeText(context, "Broadcast Receiver catch an Intent" + " \n" + "The value is stored in the Intent is " + String.

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