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A Simple XPCOM Tutorial

, 30 Jun 2010
Step by step XPCOM creation and implementation in C++.

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Md. Mazharul Islam Khan
Software Developer (Senior) Eyeball Networks Inc, Dhaka
Bangladesh Bangladesh
I strongly believe, a person's strongest point is to know his/her weak point. I try to be simple.
 
I have completed BSc in Computer Science & Engineering from Shah Jalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh (SUST).
 

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