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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how i can read from console ? and save in a verctor.
Wed 03/20/02
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I need to keep a list of clients with name and number. I don´t know how many clients will connect, ...
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hello I have to serialize an object the main thing in this object is a hastable (String, object) Th...
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Hi there, I wonder what value a transient field has after it is deserialized. Is it null or do...
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Can Java "decompilers" generate Java source from serialized Java class files? Thanks, Barry
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We have a requirement wherein I have to convert objects in to plain text messages, which will be...
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