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The documentation of API functions typically conveys detailed specifications for the benefit of interested readers. In some cases, however, it also contains usage directives, such as rules or caveats, of which authors of invoking code must be made aware to prevent errors and inefficiencies. There is a risk that these directives may be "lost" within the verbose text, or that the text would not be read because there are so many invoked functions. To address these concerns for Java, an Eclipsedoi:10.1109/icse.2009.5070532 dblp:conf/icse/DekelH09 fatcat:is3legmsnbc5jem4xy6o5yhywu