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The term "serialise" refers to the process of converting an object's state into a byte stream that may then be converted back into a duplicate of the object. If a Java object's class or any of its superclasses implements either of the java. io. Java's Serializable interface or subinterface.

To open a new or existing file, use FileOutputStream. Create an instance of ObjectOutputStream and send FileOutputStream as a parameter to its Object() function [native code]. Use the ObjectOutputStream class to create output streams. Use the writeObject() function to save an object to a file.

Serialization is the process of transforming an object's state into a byte stream. Deserialization is the process of recreating the actual Java object in memory using the byte stream. This mechanism is employed to keep an object alive.

The term "serialise" refers to the process of converting an object's state into a byte stream that may then be converted back into a duplicate of the object. If a Java object's class or any of its superclasses implements either of the java. io. Java's Serializable interface or subinterface.

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