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Old 07-20-2004, 09:21 PM   #1
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netbeans javadocs


I built a class that implimented an interface full of meathods w/ javadocs. synchronize added all the empty meathods but not the docs. I then filled in all the meathods (lots w/ a lot of code). I am wondering if there is a tool or command I can use to have all the javadocs copied over to the implimenting class. I know if I leave them blank the javadocs will be generated automatically from implimented interfaces, but there are also a lot of meathods I added not from an interface, I want to comment these but there are to many to keep track of which is implimented and which isn't. I want to copy the implimented ones so I only have the internal ones listed as incomplete in the autocomment tool.

this is all in netbeans btw.
 
  


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