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in the above collar is not serilazed. but the program excutes fine .what is the use of "transient"


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[ March 16, 2007: Message edited by: marc weber ]
 
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Originally posted by karnatam narendraprasad:
...in the above collar is not serilazed. but the program excutes fine .what is the use of "transient"


JLS - 8.3.1.3 transient Fields: "Variables may be marked transient to indicate that they are not part of the persistent state of an object."

It might look like your program "executes fine," but it's not really doing what you think it's doing. It's a bad habit to catch an exception and do nothing with it -- for example...

If you add System.err.println(e); to your catch blocks, you should see what's really happening here.
[ March 16, 2007: Message edited by: marc weber ]
 
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