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I am looking at the source code for the DOM Document.class (www.w3c.org) and I see that it has some JavaDoc entries.  I would like to read the text via JavaDoc, yet do not find a way of generating the JavaDoc from the Document.class.  Is there a way of generating the JavaDoc just for that file/class?
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You can generate Java docs using the javadoc utility:

http://java.sun.com/j2se/javadoc/

http://www.abbeyworkshop.com/howto/java/javadoc/index.html

If you have some IDE like Eclipse - www.eclipse.org, it comes integrated with the same.
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thanks, look for chima!
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Why chima?
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