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bob dapaah
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Can the commenting in DataInfo be changed? Some of the JavaDoc tags are incorrect. The Assignment doesn't explicitly say you can't but then it is explicit when it expects you to edit certain classes (e.g. Data).
I just want to be certain as they seem somewhat unforgiving with the criteria.
 
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Originally posted by bob dapaah:
Can the commenting in DataInfo be changed? Some of the JavaDoc tags are incorrect. The Assignment doesn't explicitly say you can't but then it is explicit when it expects you to edit certain classes (e.g. Data).
I just want to be certain as they seem somewhat unforgiving with the criteria.

Which ones are incorrect? They looked good in mine.
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Instead of @return they use @returns (in DataInfo) and the JavaDoc tool picks it up as being a problem.
 
aadhi agathi
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Originally posted by bob dapaah:
Instead of @return they use @returns (in DataInfo) and the JavaDoc tool picks it up as being a problem.

i have done it! you can too because, changing the javadoc doesnt change the .class files,as the comments wont be considered while compiling.
one final word, it's upto you
 
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