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TuringTest17-Jan-04 22:32
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Mazdak wrote:
Serializable word express itself.It means you can seriallize this class. MSDN exapain these things very good,you can start from it.

yes, [Serializable] is implemented as an attribute, but it really looks like an Interface, doesn't it? except that for technical reasons (one of the 2 interface "methods" is a constructor) it can't be an interface. Or something like that. What are the similarities and differences between something implemented as an Interface and something like [Serializable] which is implemented via attributes?

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