@see

The @see tag indicates a reference from the associated Structural Elements to a website or other Structural Elements.

Syntax

@see [URI | FQSEN] [<description>]

Description

The @see tag can be used to define a reference to other Structural Elements or to an URI.

When defining a reference to another Structural Elements you can provide a specific element by appending a double colon and providing the name of that element (also called the FQSEN).

A URI MUST be complete and well-formed as specified in RFC2396.

The @see tag SHOULD have a description appended to indicate the type of reference defined by this occurrence.

Effects in phpDocumentor

Structural Elements, or inline text in a long description, tagged with the @see tag will show a link in their description. If a description is provided with the tag then this will be used as link text instead of the URL itself.

Examples

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 /**
  * @see http://example.com/my/bar Documentation of Foo.
  * @see MyClass::$items           For the property whose items are counted.
  * @see MyClass::setItems()       To set the items for this collection.
  *
  * @return integer Indicates the number of items.
  */
 function count()
 {
     <...>
 }

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