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A Simple XPCOM Tutorial

, 30 Jun 2010
Step by step XPCOM creation and implementation in C++.
#ifndef _SAMPLE_H_
#define _SAMPLE_H_

#include "ISample.h"

#define SAMPLE_COMPONENT_CONTRACTID "@cn.ibm.com/XPCOM/sample;1"
#define SAMPLE_COMPONENT_CLASSNAME "Sample XPCOM Interface Layer"
#define SAMPLE_COMPONENT_CID  { 0x658abc9e, 0x29cc, 0x43e9,{ 0x8a, 0x97, 0x9d, 0x3c, 0x0b, 0x67, 0xae, 0x8b } }

//658abc9e-29cc-43e9-8a97-9d3c0b67ae8b
class CSample : public ISample
{
public:
	NS_DECL_ISUPPORTS
	NS_DECL_ISAMPLE
	
	CSample();
	virtual ~CSample();

	//additional member functions
	int Add();
};
#endif

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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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