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    Is there something to convert a Javadoc HTML file to the .java file?

    That'd save me a lot of time. I found one but it doesn't work anymore. If that's impossible that's fine too lol, I just want to know if its possible or impossible.

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    Javadoc is a tool for generating API documentation in HTML format from doc comments in source code
    I'm assuming by this it just goes based off of methods. I don't think you'll get full source code out of it, but I think it would be possible to at least create a container class without code within the methods to do it

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