what is the use of marking interface?
A Marker interface is an interface without any methods.Marker interface are used to inform Java regarding what it can do with a class. For example, Serializable interface informs Java that objects of the implementing class can be serialized.
e.g. Suppose you want to persist (save) the state of an object then you have to implement the Serializable interface otherwise the compiler will throw an error. To make more clearly understand the concept of marker interface you should go through one more example.
Suppose the interface Clonable is neither implemented by a class named Myclass nor it's any super class, then a call to the method clone() on Myclass's object will give an error. This means, to add this functionality one should implement the Clonable interface. While the Clonable is an empty interface but it provides an important functionality.
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