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How to Efficiently Work with Javadoc in NetBeans IDE

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In the IDE, type "/**" above a syntactical Java unit, as shown below...

Then press Enter and you will have Javadoc, like this:

Then, if the signature changes (e.g., a new parameter is added), select the file in the Projects window, right-click it, and choose Tools | Analyze Javadoc to let the IDE update the Javadoc for you.

 

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