Docblock

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In programming, a docblock is a specially formatted comment specified in source code that is used to document a specific segment of code. This makes the docblock format independent of the target language (as long as it supports comments); however, it may also lead to multiple or inconsistent standards.

Implementation examples[edit]

Java[edit]

Main article: Javadoc

PHP[edit]

Main article: Phpdoc

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