from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A mechanism for marshalling data.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who marshals.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who marshals or disposes in due order.
Like Buffington, Mellor is less a friend to all children than a marshaler of troops.
A marshaler with glowing wands guided them into parking, an air force staff car and several uniforms visible behind him.
The side of the hangar is in motion now, large hydraulic arms moving the counterbalanced facade up and over as he runs the checklist and starts the engine, timing the start of his quick exit for the moment the marshaler signals the door is clear.
The landing pads appeared, and I could see a marshaler with his wands, waiting to park us.
The helicopter turned into the ramp area, and the marshaler motioned us forward.
For interest in the world is the great source of energy and the great marshaler of energy.
NET Marshalling, Interop marshaler, COM marshaler etc. issues are well explained.
Did you provide the custom marshaler or you stick with automation compliant data types so the default marshaler can handle for you?
And if the COM standard marshaler can't find a proxy / stub factory for an interface, it returns the error
Even if you manage to write your own custom marshaler for various types, you'll have to face another task: how do you ensure your program is safe (in terms of access violations)?
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