Java Serialization

Java Serialization is the process of converting an object’s state to a stream of bytes in order to store it or transmit it to another location.

Deserialization is the reverse process of converting the stream of bytes back into an object.

Here’s an example of Java serialization and deserialization with a Car class:

In this example, we have a Car class that implements the Serializable interface.

This interface is used to indicate that a class is serializable. To serialize an instance of the Car class, we first create a FileOutputStream and an ObjectOutputStream and write the object to the stream using the writeObject method.

To deserialize the object, we use a FileInputStream and an ObjectInputStream, read the object from the stream using the readObject method, and cast it to the Car type.Regenerate response

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