Sun's Java Style Checkstyle Coverage

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"???" - Report is incomplete in this line.
"--" - There is no rule in this paragraph.
"↓" - This paragraph is the high-level point of some group.
- Existing Check covers all requirements from Sun.
- Existing Check covers some part of requirements from Sun.
- Requirements are not possible to check by Checkstyle at all.

Coverage table

Sun's Java Style Rule Checkstyle Check Applied to config
1 - Introduction ???
1.1 Why Have Code Conventions ???
1.2 Acknowledgments ???
2 - File Names ???
2.1 File Suffixes ???
2.2 Common File Names ???
3 - File Organization ???
3.1 Java Source Files ???
3.1.1 Beginning Comments ???
3.1.2 Package and Import Statements ???
3.1.3 Class and Interface Declarations ???
4 - Indentation ???
4.1 Line Length ???
4.2 Wrapping Lines ???
5 - Comments ???
5.1 Implementation Comment Formats ???
5.1.1 Block Comments ???
5.1.2 Single-Line Comments ???
5.1.3 Trailing Comments ???
5.1.4 End-Of-Line Comments ???
5.2 Documentation Comments InvalidJavadocPosition config
test
6 - Declarations ???
6.1 Number Per Line MultipleVariableDeclarations config
test
6.2 Initialization ???
6.3 Placement ???
6.4 Class and Interface Declarations ???
7 - Statements ???
7.1 Simple Statements ???
7.2 Compound Statements ???
7.3 return Statements ???
7.4 if, if-else, if else-if else Statements ???
7.5 for Statements ???
7.6 while Statements ???
7.7 do-while Statements ???
7.8 switch Statements ???
7.9 try-catch Statements ???
8 - White Space ???
8.1 Blank Lines ???
8.2 Blank Spaces ???
9 - Naming Conventions ???
10 - Programming Practices ???
10.1 Providing Access to Instance and Class Variables ???
10.2 Referring to Class Variables and Methods ???
10.3 Constants ???
10.4 Variable Assignments ???
10.5 Miscellaneous Practices ???
10.5.1 Parentheses ???
10.5.2 Returning Values ???
10.5.3 Expressions before `?' in the Conditional Operator ???
10.5.4 Special Comments ???
11 - Code Examples ???
11.1 Java Source File Example ???