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    Default java doc in eclipse

    using Eclipse IDE to write javacode ..I need javadoc to get help to write code .. but i cant find it anywhere in eclipse ..m using eclipse on ubantu... some-one guide plz how can i have javadoc.

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    Are you asking how to produce javadoc for your code?

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    naah... not 4 my code

    the actual java documentation.. to look for all packages and classes for help while writing code.

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    The standard Java classes should have their java doc (or at least the source code, which I find just as useful) in there already...at least I thought that's how it's set up.

    Any third party ones, well you'll have to find the source or javadoc for them and tie it in through Eclipse. I think there's an option if you right click on the jar file in the libs. Not sure, though.

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    Try to open the source code of a Java class (e.g the String class) by pressing control and clicking String in a string definition in the code.
    If the source code look up fails, you will get a button asking you to attach the source. Click it and attach the src.zip file that comes with your JDK It's in your JDK directory.
    That will attach the source of the Java classes and the javadocs because the javadocs come from comments in the code.
    Last edited by r035198x; 02-04-2010 at 01:32 PM.

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