Lesson 10 - Serialization and Deserialization in Java
In the previous lesson, Working with XML files using the DOM approach in Java, we introduced the DOM technology. In today's Java tutorial, we're going to talk about serialization and deserialization.
Serialization means preserving an object's state. A bit more scientifically, it could be described as converting an object to a stream of bytes and then storing it somewhere in memory, database, or a file. Deserialization i
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