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XmlSerializer.Serialize Method

Serializes an object into an XML document.

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  Name Description
Protected method Serialize(Object, XmlSerializationWriter) Infrastructure. Serializes the specified Object and writes the XML document to a file using the specified XmlSerializationWriter.
Public method Serialize(Stream, Object) Serializes the specified Object and writes the XML document to a file using the specified Stream.
Public method Serialize(TextWriter, Object) Serializes the specified Object and writes the XML document to a file using the specified TextWriter.
Public method Serialize(XmlWriter, Object) Serializes the specified Object and writes the XML document to a file using the specified XmlWriter.
Public method Serialize(Stream, Object, XmlSerializerNamespaces) Serializes the specified Object and writes the XML document to a file using the specified Streamthat references the specified namespaces.
Public method Serialize(TextWriter, Object, XmlSerializerNamespaces) Serializes the specified Object and writes the XML document to a file using the specified TextWriter and references the specified namespaces.
Public method Serialize(XmlWriter, Object, XmlSerializerNamespaces) Serializes the specified Object and writes the XML document to a file using the specified XmlWriter and references the specified namespaces.
Public method Serialize(XmlWriter, Object, XmlSerializerNamespaces, String) Serializes the specified object and writes the XML document to a file using the specified XmlWriter and references the specified namespaces and encoding style.
Public method Serialize(XmlWriter, Object, XmlSerializerNamespaces, String, String) Serializes the specified Object and writes the XML document to a file using the specified XmlWriter, XML namespaces, and encoding.
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