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Default Getting direction

Hello everybody. The question I´ll post is not specificaly about the book, but
it´s gonna be helpfull.
I´ve created a very simple program to store records, but yet I can´t grow it up because I don´t know boost serialization. Information about this subject is a little restricted, I mean, I feel like just memorizing codes and missing information under the hood. I try to understand its headers, bus it still too confusing. There are too much code under few semantics and little explanation.
Can I find a book, article, whatever, that can explain what happen between the eletronic circuit and the code so I can think bymyself?
I acknoledge in advance for helping me.

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