How does Serializable interface works internally
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Posted By:   Ibha_Sowanni
Posted On:   Tuesday, March 29, 2005 05:09 AM


As per my understanding Serializable is a marked interface,
which has no methods.


If a class implements this interface then that class is identified as one which the developer has designed for persistence.

How is it handled internally. How does JVM comes to know just by looking the Serializable interface that the class is designed for persistence?

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