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Jayesh A Lalwani wrote:...
What are you doing? Making a Pacman game that runs on a 4 core machine?!
Jesper de Jong wrote:That comment in front of the method is not an annotation. Annotations are something completely different, you were confusing Ulf by calling this an annotation. That comment is a JavaDoc comment. With the JavaDoc tool you can convert this to a set of HTML pages that contain API documentation, in the same way as the API documentation for the standard Java library.
If you're using Eclipse, and you've added a JAR file as a library to your project, then you can attach sources and JavaDoc to the JAR file. Right-click the JAR file in the list of dependencies of the project, click Properties, and in the dialog you can set the source location and JavaDoc location for the JAR file.