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Bandita Patel

Joined: Mar 23, 2010
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When should we go for Serialization in a Java project? please give some example.Is it possible to serialize static variables? if yes then how & if no then why? please explain it...\

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Vikas Kapoor
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I think this can be moved to JIG.
Mike Simmons
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Pink? Really? That's much more annoying than POSTING IN ALL CAPS WOULD BE.

Hint #1: if you want a serious answer to any Java question, don't post your question in a forum labeled "Meaningless Drivel".

Hint #2: if you want any help from anyone, post your question in a format that people can read easily. I.e. NOT IN PINK TEXT!!!
Mike Simmons
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Ah, I see both issues were addressed several days ago, here. Perhaps it would be better if this thread simply died. Please ignore, nothing to see here.
Devaka Cooray
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bandita, please start a new topic in an appropriate forum with more specific details.
I'm locking this one.

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