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how can we create new object using de-serlization in java ?  RSS feed

 
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We know 4 ways to create Objects in java
using
1) New
2) clone()
3) class.forName()
4) de-serlization

My question is how we can implement so that we get new object using de-serlization.

Regards,
Prabhat
 
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Strictly speaking, deserialization does not create a new Object. It simply restores a previously created object from a serialized state.
This can be accomplished using an ObjectInputStream. Have a look at the API documentation, it should contain a very simple example of how to go about the deserialization process.
If you would like to know more about object serialization / deserialization, you could check out the java tutorial and this article.
 
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Thanks for your good reply..There is some post in internet where i read it and someone expecting to know how it is working internally.


the above code is does the de-serilzation process. right ?

so in some article is was told that , please go through the below url for the same
http://www.geekinterview.com/question_details/37647
 
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Please use code tags for code, not quote tags. And while you're at it, please preserve indentation. I've modified your post so it's better readable now.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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