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Heath Stewart8-Jan-04 6:53
protectorHeath Stewart8-Jan-04 6:53 
No, you still have to implement ISerializable if you wish. Just attributing the class as I mentioned before with SerializableAttribute serializes all private and public fields. Implementing ISerializable is required if you want to control what gets serialized. See the ISerializable documentation for both more detail and an example.

 

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