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Is it ok to change the comment in DBMain

 
Yuan Ye
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Automatical failure is quite horrible. So I want to make sure it is OK.
Can we change the comment format of DBMain Interface? i.e. into a javadoc format?
I think the answer is yes, is that true? Thanks.
 
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Hi Peter,
I think it is implied that you have to.
One of the instructions tells you that your submission must include "A subdirectory called javadoc, containing HTML/Javadoc documentation for all classes and interfaces you are submitting". Since you are submitting the DBMain interface, then you have to provide javadoc for it, which means that you have to change the existing comments.
Regards, Andrew
 
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yeap, I also think so.
 
Ken Krebs
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Peter,
I believe Andrew is correct. I put Javadoc comments in my DBMain and scored well. Have no fear.
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