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Java Java Data Structures Organizing Data Serialization

Why do we serialize our methods when what we will do is to deserialize them later?

why can't we just create them when we need them

i meant objects

1 Answer

Craig Dennis
Craig Dennis
Treehouse Teacher

Because when we create objects they only live in memory. When the program ends, they go away. Serialization is one way to bring them back in a new running programming.

Make sense?

ok got it so when we create them they go in volatile memory serialisation is more like permanent storage