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This document is the sum total of everything written down about nsCOMPtr. If you have a question about nsCOMPtr, and this document doesn't answer it, there probably isn't a document that answers it. You'll have to turn to the XPCOM newgroup or another experienced nsCOMPtr user, or find the answer by experimentation.

If you've never used nsCOMPtr before, you're starting in the right place. Just keep reading. You'll know when to stop. After you've been using nsCOMPtrs for a while, and you reach unfamiliar territory, or run into compiler errors; you may want to return to this document to get help from the Reference Manual or the FAQ.

Contents

  1. Status, Recent Changes, and Plans
  2. Getting Started Guide
  3. Reference Manual
  4. Frequently Asked Questions

Original Document Information

  • Author(s): Scott Collins
  • Last Updated Date: December 11, 2001
  • Copyright Information: Copyright © 1999, 2000 by the Mozilla organization; use is subject to the MPL. Portions of this content are © 1998–2007 by individual mozilla.org contributors; content available under a Creative Commons license | Details.
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<p>This document is the sum total of everything written down about <code>nsCOMPtr</code>. If you have a question about <code>nsCOMPtr</code>, and this document doesn't answer it, there probably isn't a document that answers it. You'll have to turn to <a class="external" href="news:mozilla.dev.tech.xpcom">the XPCOM newgroup</a> or another experienced <code>nsCOMPtr</code> user, or find the answer by experimentation.
</p><p>If you've never used <code>nsCOMPtr</code> before, you're starting in the right place. Just keep reading. You'll know when to stop. After you've been using <code>nsCOMPtr</code>s for a while, and you reach unfamiliar territory, or run into compiler errors; you may want to return to this document to get help from the <a href="en/Using_nsCOMPtr/Reference_Manual">Reference Manual</a> or the <a href="en/Using_nsCOMPtr/Frequently_Asked_Questions">FAQ</a>.
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<h2 name="Contents"> Contents </h2>
<ol><li> <a href="en/Using_nsCOMPtr/Status%2c_Recent_Changes%2c_and_Plans">Status, Recent Changes, and Plans</a>
</li><li> <a href="en/Using_nsCOMPtr/Getting_Started_Guide">Getting Started Guide</a>
</li><li> <a href="en/Using_nsCOMPtr/Reference_Manual">Reference Manual</a>
</li><li> <a href="en/Using_nsCOMPtr/Frequently_Asked_Questions">Frequently Asked Questions</a>
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<h2 name="Original_Document_Information"> Original Document Information </h2>
<ul><li> Author(s): <a class="external" href="mailto:scc@mozilla.org">Scott Collins</a>
</li><li> Last Updated Date: December 11, 2001
</li><li> Copyright Information:  Copyright © 1999, 2000 by the Mozilla organization; use is subject to the <a class="external" href="http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/">MPL</a>.  Portions of this content are © 1998–2007 by individual mozilla.org contributors; content available under a Creative Commons license | <a class="external" href="http://www.mozilla.org/foundation/licensing/website-content.html">Details</a>.
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