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This is the opposite of marshalling: it is the process whereby data which has been sent over a network is reconstituted into its original form. For example, if an object produced by an object-oriented programming language has been marshalled into a form suitable for transmission to another computer, it is unmarshalled and returned to its original form by software on the computer to which it is sent.

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