I'm working with c# and would like to put an object type into a byte. I found some documentation on how to put a struct into a buffer and how to dynamically allocate memory to copy a void* to another void*, but not how to copy an object into a buffer. I also looked at MemoryStream and BitConverter. If anyone has any ideas, I'm more than happy to hear them!
my gfeeling, is that you should be going in the direction of serialization, as offered by Zephyr__
but look at this article
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