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I often see statement: fields declared as transient or static are IGNORED by the deserialization process. But ...




the output is

before
a is 33 b is 44
after
a is 0 b is 44

it seems static variable's value is stored properly. Then why is it saying static is the same behavior as transient ?
 
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I suggest making a small change... prior to deserializing the object back from a file change b to something else. After deserialization, is b the same as when you saved it? or is it the same new value?

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I see. Static variable will always keep the current state value.

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