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Extracting Javadoc Documentation From Source Files Using JavaParser

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Extracting Javadoc Documentation From Source Files Using JavaParser

JavaParser can give you a quick hand manipulating your AST and finding Javadoc comments. It can't return them in a structured way (yet), but it's still a time saver.

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