Originally, to marshall was to tend horses or to arrange things in preparation for a feast. In heraldry, marshalling is the arrangement of several coats of arms to form a single composition. In the military, marshalling is the gathering and ordering of military forces in preparation for battle.
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In computer programming, marshalling is the process of gathering data from one or more application s or non-contiguous sources in computer storage, putting the data pieces into a message buffer , and organizing or converting the data into a format that is prescribed for a particular receiver or programming interface.
Marshalling is usually required when passing the output parameters of a program written in one language as input to a program written in another language.