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Posted by cc on September 21, 2001 at 4:22 PM
> > Hi,
> > First of all, Thinking in Java is a great book-It is available free on bruceeckel.com.
> > Regarding javadoc,
> > -Create a folder and store the class files that you want to create javadocs for.
> > -You need to hava a javadoc.exe.
> > -Using command prompt, type javadoc -d c:**** c:&&&&&*.java where
> > c:**** represents the folder you want to create the javadocs in, and
> > c:&&&&&*.java represents the folder where to take class files to create javadocs from.
> > Once this is over, simply go to the c:**** folder where you will
> > find .html files with the entire documentation.
> > Hope that this helps and is not confusing
> I regularly create API files for my programs, but I've
> never been very good at understanding UNIx style
> command line parameters. Is there some kind of program
> out there that can simplify the creation of javadoc
> files. Perhaps a nice windows program with a
> graphical interface?