Im trying to write a few paragraphs about Java and its documentation.
So far ive got this:
Java is an object-oriented language developed by Sun Microsystems. It is a platform independent language, meaning that the code for an application needs to be written only once and can be run under any operating system such as Windows, or UNIX. In practice this means that the machine which is to run the application must have the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) installed. This is also a kind of an operating system.
Java Software Development Kit provides an automated documentation tool called Javadoc. This allows standardised HTML documentation to be created for user defined classes in the same style as the official Java API documentation as supplied by Sun Microsystems. Example of this style of documentation, as implemented by Sun Microsystems can be found at: http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/
. The system creates comments from special comments, known as Javadoc comments, which are written in the source documents in much the same fashion as commenting would normally be done in any programming language. Javadoc is the industry standard for documenting Java classes.
What else could I write as i want to have abit more than what i have already.
All comments are welcome