Can someone direct me to a working example of how this gets used.
I am still unsure exactly how this works supposedly if the super class of a class was not stored in the ObjectOutputStream and upon readObject() execuiting somehow this kicks in either within the class being deserialized and/or its super class?
An example would really make this a lot clearer. Does anyone have such a sample source code file?
hard to give an example. Its to handle deserializing an object where the a superclass has been added since it was serialized. By default it will initialize the fields to default values. readObjectNoData()
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