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[java] Problems with Javadoc - it just doesn't work

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Hello everyone , I'm trying to write a concise review of my assignment using Javadoc , but when I press "Generate javadoc" in Eclipse , although it create the files ,it doesn't pass the review I wrote ,and I used the Javadoc's rules...for example:
/**
* <b> Class Point </b><br>
* *******************<p>
*
* This program is the basic foundation for the exercise.The program has two fields called
* xval and yval and by using them we can implement basic actions with the  concept "point" . <br>
* The methods that are shown within this program are basic functions with two dot that symbolises a point
* in the plane .<br>
*
*/


What am I doint wrong ? thanks for the help !

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The closing tag for the paragraph seems to be missing: </p>.
I'm not sure that's the error, though.

Maybe you could provide your full javadoc declaration and the generated output.

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The < / p > is not the problem ,I've tried it already.

I took a few sentences ,as you see above ,and had tried to create the javadoc but the file "Point.html" has nothing except for the Methods in the code .

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Well I just tried it in my Eclipse (3.4 - ganymede) and it works.

I put the comment at the class and got the Text below the inheritance tree. Generate Javadoc settings were default.

Which eclipse version did you use?
Where did you put the comment?

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I've found the problem.After I write the javadoc's statements ,the


import java.lang.Math;
public class Point { .................................... the code }


starts ,and before the public ,the line "import java.lang.Math;" also appears.When I remove "import java.lang.Math;" and create the javadoc - everything works well , but when I put "import java.lang.Math;" back again - nothing appears...why is that ?

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It was before the import ,now I've put it after - thank you so much . It drove me crazy :)

Okay people ,thank you all !!!

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