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You might want those Exceptions above to be RuntimeExceptions. javac does not mind, but jikes will give you a warning. One interesting thing to notice about the example above is the use of the /* falls through */ comment in the switch statement. This comment should be used at the end of every case block that doesn t contain a break statement.
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Earlier we talked about being a team player. The orientation of the exam is to see if you can create software that is readable, understandable, and usable by other programmers. Commenting your code correctly is one of the key ways that you can create developer-friendly software. As you might expect, the assessors will be looking to see if your code comments are appropriate, consistent, and in a standard form.
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This chapter will focus on implementation comments; 16 will cover javadoc comments. There are several standard forms that your implementation comments can take. Based on the results of extensive research and worldwide polling we will recommend an approach, which we believe represents the most common of the standard approaches. If you choose not to use our recommendation, the most important thing that you can do is to pick a standard approach and stick with it. There are several types of comments that commonly occur within source code listings. We will discuss each of them with our recommendations and other possible uses.
Block Comments
Use a block comment in your code when you have to describe aspects of your program that require more than a single line. They can be used most anywhere, as source file or method headers, within methods, or to describe key variables. Typically, they should be preceded by a blank line and they should take the following form:
/* *this is a block comment *it occupies several lines */
Single Line Comments
Use a single line comment in the same place you would block comments, but for shorter descriptions. They should also be preceded by a blank line for readability, and we recommend the following form:
/* this is a single line comment */
It is acceptable to use this alternate form:
// this is the alternate single line comment form
End of Line Comments
When you want to add a comment to the end of a line of code, use the aptly named end of line comment. If you have several of these comments in a row, make sure to align them vertically. We recommend the following form:
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Masking Comments
Often in the course of developing software, you might want to mask a code segment from the compiler without removing it from the file. This technique is useful during development, but be sure to remove any such code segments from your code before finishing your project. Masking comments should look like this:
// // // // // // if (moreRecs == true) { ProcessRecord(); } else { doFileCleanUp(); }
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