Hi Chris,

That's an over technical explanation, but that's basically it in a
nutshell. Serialization is simply taking a group of variables such as
a class object, converting it to a binary stream, and then writing
that binary stream to a data file. Deserialization is the process of
taking a saved binary stream and reconstructing the status of objects
and variables to the exact state they were in when they were
serialized and saved.

HTH


On 11/21/11, Christopher Bartlett <themusicalbre...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm gathering that serialization in this context is the conversion of a
> state vector into an ordered series of values that can be reconstructed into
> that state vector at will?
>
>       Chris Bartlett

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