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Jlint 3.0 Jlint will check your Java code and find bugs, inconsistencies and synchronization problems by doing data flow analysis and building the lock graph. Jlint is extremely fast - even on large projects, it requires only to check all classes! It is easy to learn and requires no changes in the class files. Jlint has been used in an industrial environment and successfully uncovered faults with little effort!
I have an XML document and I want to use that document to populate a corresponding set of Java objects. This is a commonly encountered scenario when working with Java, so what is the easiest method for Java XML Binding that requires the least amount of code? You can't answer that question without first defining what "easy" is in relation to the bindings between Java and XML. To me "easy" is synonymous with "simple," so I am equating easiness to complexity.