Adding to the confusion - How is it different from the erstwhile *I*nterface 
*D*efinition *L*anguage?
There appears to be a pattern in the way Google developers try to rub their 
so called pet 
experiments on the community.

On Saturday, April 26, 2014 5:17:20 AM UTC-7, Flowra white wrote:
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> *Hi,,I was reading a book about Google and that book was talking about the 
> communication paradigms and as i understand google use RPCbut the book 
> mentioned something named protocol buffer I don't get why we use it and 
> what is the relation between it and RPC I searched for meaning but all i 
> get that it is a way to serialize structured data "I also don't understand 
> what is serialize mean?!"sorry for bothering , and I wish anyone could help 
> me .thanks,,*
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