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Hi folks,

I want use an enum to store the database constants constants e.g number of bytes used to store the magic cookie etc. However, Im not sure about how to javakdoc and enum? Did anyone use enums recently? If so, please explained how you applied javadoc to the enum
i.e. did you specify each enum constant on a separate line and did you insert a javadoc comment for each enum constant?


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I did it like this:
 
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I have javadoc for the enum class, constructor and toString method.
 
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