When a reference of an object is given as an argument to a remote function, the stub serializes the object and sends it through the network and makes a copy of it on the remote server which it access now.
The remote server skeleton can also send the stub of a remote object back if and only if a function was to return a remote object.
But what if the Object given as a parameter is modified by the remote function. The Modifications would, I presume, take place on the copy present on the server-side. I want to know, will these modifications also be reflected on the client-side, i.e., the local object and if so how?
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