What is not true about a Binder?
i. Binder is an IPC driver written on top of Linux IPC.
ii. Binder heavily uses Parcels in place of serializables for marshaling data to byte streams.
iii. Binders internally uses shared memory concept to make IPC faster.
iv. Binders heavily uses serializables in place of parcels for marshaling data to byte streams.
Binders won't use serialization concept for marshaling or converting data into byte streams. it uses Parcels instead.
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