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Complete inline documentation comment blocks (docblocks) must be provided. Please read the Sample File and Header Comment Blocks sections of the Coding Standards to learn the specifics of writing docblocks for PEAR packages. Further information can be found on the phpDocumentor website.

Non-documentation comments are strongly encouraged. A general rule of thumb is that if you look at a section of code and think "Wow, I don't want to try and describe that", you need to comment it before you forget how it works.

C style comments (/* */) and standard C++ comments (//) are both fine. Use of Perl/shell style comments (#) is discouraged.

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Note by: jeff_walter@kace.com
Why exactly are you discouraging the use of # as a comment symbol? I happen to find the c-style comment symbols to be hard to look at...