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Java : Java Coding Standards

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>Java Language and JVM Specification
>Make, Version Control and Configuration Management for Java

* Java Coding Standards
by Dous Lee. Some guidelines for coding standards when writing Java.
* Java Development Standards
A document by Mark Fussell descibing his coding and design standards for Java programs.
* Java Coding Style Guidelines
by Kent Sandvik at SGI.
* Comments on Java programming style
by Jan Skibinski, Numeric Quest Inc.
* Java Beans Coding Guidelines
IBM's coding guidelines and standards for Java Beans writers.
* A Java Package for Parsing Command-line Parameters
An article from Dr Dodds Journal (Feb96) by Greg White describing a class to provide standard command line argument processing.
* How to Write Doc Comments for Javadoc
Describes the formatting and content conventions used in doc comments at JavaSoft, and hence provides a useful documentation policy.
* How and When To Deprecate APIs
A discussion of what "Deprecated" means, and when and how to deprecate a class or method.
* Percolator
A Java source code pretty printer written by Jean-Guy Speton.
* AmbySoft Inc. Java Coding Standards
Java Coding Standards from AmbySoft
* U.S. Navy Java Style Guidelines
* Java Package Tutorial
A Java Package tutorial, providing examples of importing classes from existing Java Packages, creating new Java Packages and adding to existing Java Packages.
* Java Package Quick Reference
A brief reference on how to build and use Java packages.
* Sun's Java Code Conventions
Some coding standards and conventions from Sun Microsystems.
* Java Component Development Requirements and Recommendations
Some notes from the Java Component 100 Association on their recommendations to members on standards for writing reusable Java components.
* iContract and iDoc tools
Home Page for Reto Kramer, who developed the iContract (Java Design by Contract) and iDoc (Java Documentation QA) tools that are getting frequent mentions in the specialist trade press at the moment, including Java Report.

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