Java IO – Read and Write Java Objects


ObjectInputStream can be used to de-serialize and read java objects that have been serialized and written using ObjectOutputStream. In the example below the ‘Course’ object is written to a persistent storage. The Course object contains a list of Student objects. The object writing preserves object references. We first create an object output stream that stores the bytes to a file using a FileOutputStream.

The Course Class

The Student Class

One thought on “Java IO – Read and Write Java Objects

  • February 11, 2017 at 1:31 pm

    thank you for your example.


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