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Serialization/De-Serialization

 
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Hi, This is general question. Can we assume that this class is correctly serialized and de-serialized properly even though
there is no defaultReadObject() method implemented ??
 
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Serialization is not on the SCJP objectives anymore...
 
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Harikrishna Gorrepati wrote:
Can we assume that this class is correctly serialized and de-serialized properly even though
there is no defaultReadObject() method implemented ??



I'm not sure whether there are rules for serializing and de-serializing objects, but the given code serializes all the instance variables of the object.
Write and read the object as follows:


The object read displays the serialized values of instance variables.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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