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28 June 2007 at 6:52am
28 June 2007 at 10:52am
Generally speaking, @param and @return are sufficient.
* Short description of the class/method.
* This is a longer explanation of what the method does, be sure to include any
* assumptions that it makes; if it's designed to be called from some particular
* place, it's worth mentioning that too.
* @param something This is a variable What should it contain?
* @param other This is a variable. What should it contain?
* @return Explain the return value
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