DOC++ automatically imposes a hierarchical stucture to the manual entries for classes, structs, unions, enums and interfaces, in that it organizes members of such as sub-entries.

Additionally DOC++ provides means for manually creating subentries to a manual entry. This is done via documentation scopes. A documentation scope is defined using a pair of brackets:

just like variable scopes in C/C++ or Java. Instead of //@{ and //@} one can also use /*@{*/ and /*@}*/. All the manual entries within a documentation scope are organized as subentries of the manual entry preceeding the opening bracket of the scope, but only if this is an explicit manual entry. Otherwise a dummy explicite manual entry is created.

In addition to this Java allows the programmer to organize classes hierarchically by means of packages. Packages are directly represented in the manual entry hierarchy generated by DOC++. When a DOC++ comment is found before a package statement, the documentation is added to the package's manual entry. This functionality as well as documentation scopes are extensions to the features of JavaDoc.

alphabetic index hierarchy of classes

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