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Subject:Re: Code Documentation From:JIMCHEVAL -at- AOL -dot- COM Date:Tue, 3 Nov 1998 17:04:15 EST
For the Java portion of this project, if your programmers have been at all
rigorous about in-line comments and (hopefully) used the proper java
conventions, you can use a standard tool called javadoc to extract them. I
don't know of a similar tool for Visual Basic, though.