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Interface Tag

  • All Known Subinterfaces:
    ParamTag, SeeTag, SerialFieldTag, ThrowsTag

    public interface Tag
    Represents a simple documentation tag, such as @since, @author, @version. Given a tag (e.g. "@since 1.2"), holds tag name (e.g. "@since") and tag text (e.g. "1.2"). Tags with structure or which require special processing are handled by subclasses such as ParamTag (for @param), SeeTag (for @see and {@link}), and ThrowsTag (for @throws).
    See Also:
    SeeTag, ParamTag, ThrowsTag, SerialFieldTag, Doc.tags()
    • Method Detail

      • name

        String name()
        Return the name of this tag. The name is the string starting with "@" that is used in a doc comment, such as @return. For inline tags, such as {@link}, the curly brackets are not part of the name, so in this example the name would be simply @link.
        the name of this tag
      • holder

        Doc holder()
        Return the containing Doc of this Tag element.
        the containing Doc of this Tag element
      • kind

        String kind()
        Return the kind of this tag. For most tags, kind() == name(); the following table lists those cases where there is more than one tag of a given kind:
        kind() name()
        @throws @throws
        @throws @exception
        @see @see
        @see @link
        @see @linkplain
        @serial @serial
        @serial @serialData
        the kind of this tag.
      • text

        String text()
        Return the text of this tag, that is, the portion beyond tag name.
        the text of this tag
      • toString

        String toString()
        Convert this object to a string.
        toString in class Object
        a string representation of the object.
      • inlineTags

        Tag[] inlineTags()
        For a documentation comment with embedded {@link} tags, return an array of Tag objects. The entire doc comment is broken down into strings separated by {@link} tags, where each successive element of the array represents either a string or {@link} tag, in order, from start to end. Each string is represented by a Tag object of name "Text", where text() returns the string. Each {@link} tag is represented by a SeeTag of name "@link" and kind "@see". For example, given the following comment tag:

        This is a {@link Doc commentlabel} example.

        return an array of Tag objects:

        • tags[0] is a Tag with name "Text" and text consisting of "This is a "
        • tags[1] is a SeeTag with name "@link", referenced class Doc and label "commentlabel"
        • tags[2] is a Tag with name "Text" and text consisting of " example."
        Tag[] array of tags
        See Also:
        ParamTag, ThrowsTag
      • firstSentenceTags

        Tag[] firstSentenceTags()
        Return the first sentence of the comment as an array of tags. Includes inline tags (i.e. {@link reference} tags) but not block tags. Each section of plain text is represented as a Tag of kind "Text". Inline tags are represented as a SeeTag of kind "@link". If the locale is English language, the first sentence is determined by the rules described in the Java Language Specification (first version): "This sentence ends at the first period that is followed by a blank, tab, or line terminator or at the first tagline.", in addition a line will be terminated by paragraph and section terminating HTML tags: <p> </p> <h1> <h2> <h3> <h4> <h5> <h6> <hr> <pre> or </pre>. If the locale is not English, the sentence end will be determined by BreakIterator.getSentenceInstance(Locale).
        an array of Tag objects representing the first sentence of the comment
      • position

        SourcePosition position()
        Return the source position of this tag.
        the source position of this tag.


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