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Serialization for interoperability -- the theory?

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Serialization for interoperability -- the theory?

Postby kobiwashi1979 on Wed May 20, 2015 2:47 pm

I want to read about the 'theory' of serialization and the issues encountered specifically when the goal is achieving interoperability between languages.

I want to know the types of issues that exist, common ways of getting around them, essentially I want an in-depth treatment of this problem.

For example, because I realize this question may be a little vague, I would like to find out about some books or online resources like https://isocpp.org/wiki/faq/serialization but that are more in-depth, have more examples, etc.

Can anyone help please, I don't know where to turn.
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