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Coding standards....

 
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I think the section on JavaRanch-JavaStyle Guide which talks about coding standards and practices...whereby it states that
95% of the standards outlined in this document are what is found in the JDK source.
Which i felt was untrue as the actual java src code which i checked of ver1.3 did not have the same format. that very much concludes that the Sun Microsystems developers do not follow the above coding style.
I suggest that u'll better have a closer check on the format, and accordingly update the 'JavaStyle Guide'.
cheers,
ak.
 
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Check this link: http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum10/HTML/000180.html

 
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