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serializaton??

 
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wat is serialization;wat is'the use of this in java ;give me one good example??

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We all know the Java platform allows us to create reusable objects in memory. However, all of those objects exist only as long as the Java virtual machine1 remains running. It would be nice if the objects we create could exist beyond the lifetime of the virtual machine, wouldn't it? Well, with object serialization, you can flatten your objects and reuse them in powerful ways.
Object serialization is the process of saving an object's state to a sequence of bytes, as well as the process of rebuilding those bytes into a live object at some future time.

 
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Sortof like a psuedo-example (catch your own IOExceptions):
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