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How can I do in order to "read" Javadocs

 
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Hello All "Hello world"

I am working in a GUI. I am using a lots of scripts made from a template I have. These scripts are normal .java files with little functions/methods. In this moment , I need to get some information from the scripts and show it to the user. As the scripts I am using are .java files, I am thinking in the possibility of get the information I need from the javadoc's documentation comments. I don't need all the information supplied by the javadoc. One possibility I already analyze is to work with the javadoc .html files as a text files but i want to know if maybe there is an already existing method in order to extract the information from javadocs?

Or if someone could tellme a better idea!!

Thanks in advance for your time... cheers

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Javi
 
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Is this the sort of thing you're looking for ?
 
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Hi Joanne

Thanks a lot for your answer but is not tha thing I am looking for.
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