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manual serialization in java ?

 
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Hi,

if i don't want to implement Serializable interface then is there any way i can serialize object ?
how can we manual serialize the object ?

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perhaps, xstream .
 
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anchit pancholi wrote:
how can we manual serialize the object ?



What do exactly mean by "serialize the object" ?

In the stricter (technical) sense, serialization is the given mechanism built into Java which is "triggered" for a class by its implementing the marker interface Serializable.

If you mean something different (in the broader sense), you have to write it.
 
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