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Description

 

It is always necessary to release an iDispatch variable if it is referencing to an object. To do so assign Nothing to the iDispatch variable.

This destroys an iDispatch variable, discontinuing its association with a specific object.

This in turn releases all system and memory resources associated with the object when no more object variables refer to it.

 

Syntax

 

iDispatchVariable = Nothing

 

Returns

 

Parameters

 

Name

Type

Optional

Meaning





 

Remarks

 

Restrictions

 

See also

 

iDispatch, NewCom, GetCom, AnyCom, Nothing, IsComObject, IsComNothing.

 

Examples