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In java, how we can disallow serialization of variables?


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If we want certain variables of a class not to be serialized, we can use the keyword transient while declaring them. For example, the variable trans_var below is a transient variable and can?t be serialized:


public class transientExample {

private transient trans_var;

// rest of the code

}
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public class transientExample {

private transient trans_var;

// rest of the code

}



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