In an environment like Eclipse + GIT Review points out that Java is being developed by a large number of people Waiting for requirements, things that are defective as comments in the code It may be convenient to leave it.
I didn't really care about the comments I used at that time in the past. I've been using it a lot lately, so I'll keep it as a memorandum.
⇒ Items that cannot be implemented due to waiting requirements or items that have not been implemented in the first place.
⇒ The code is incorrect and needs to be corrected.
Also, add an API to the Interface class and have another person implement it.
In that case
FIXME: Mr. ○○ hogehoge
⇒ Basically a malfunction. However, it is used for things that do not cause problems in normal cases
Use is limited.
Optional comments on hogehoge