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Java: When B is serialized then also the fields of class A will be serialized?

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If class A does not implement Serializable but a subclass B implements Serializable.

posted Sep 30, 2013 by Manish Negi

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Only the fields of Serializable objects are written out and restored. The object may be restored only if class A has a no-arg constructor that will initialize the fields of non-serializable supertypes. If the subclass has access to the state of the superclass it can implement writeObject and readObject to save and restore that state.

answer Sep 30, 2013 by Satyabrata Mahapatra
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