Can anyone explain why s2.z would give 10? What is the result when trying to serialize and deserialize static variable?
Static variables do not get serialized or deserialized -- the value of s2.z is equal to 10, because it is equal to 10. Deserialization does not change it. If you set s.z to 3 prior to deserialization, you'll notice that s2.z is also 3 after deserialization.
Henry [ December 11, 2006: Message edited by: Henry Wong ]
note the difference between static and transient variables: A transient variable is set to the default value (null, 0, 0.0) after deserialization. Static variables, belonging to the class, are not changed at all.
It is also possible to have a variable that is both, static and transient. It is nonsense, but it compiles. And it behaves as if you made it just static (without the transient modifier).
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