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c# custom serialization

is there a way to use a custom serializer to serialize an object into a comma delimited file, e.g. firstname, middilename, ...

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Kyle Abrahams

8/22/2022 - Mon
Kyle Abrahams



Just create a class that implements I serializable.  

Then create a function Read() that returns your object using the sample above.
Michael Lam

the example you mentioned doesn't go into specifics about how to serialize the object into a flat delimited string.  most of the example i saw always serialize to a binary format, i.e. data.dat.  thanks.
Kyle Abrahams

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