Serialization

Serialization allows you to create a JVM-independent binary representation of an in-memory Java object. This external representation may be used to transfer or store the object and to recreate it in another JVM.  

Serialization allows you to create a JVM-independent binary representation of an in-memory Java object. This external representation may be used to transfer or store the object and to recreate it in another JVM.   <<Less

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whats the purpose of serialize interface? it dosent has any methods and variables? how our class ...
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if we aplly serialization also the state of an object is not stored then how to store the sate of th...
Sun 03/18/07
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If two interfaces are implemented having identical methods, when the method is called, how can we kn...
Wed 11/28/01
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Where does the need come to cast a superclass reference to a subclass object?
Fri 02/01/02
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I am currently doing an java application. I have a controller class holding a hashtable storing r...
Thu 11/10/05
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When I serialize large object (220k or larger) it takes something like 10 seconds. My question is wh...
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