mark at maseurope.net
Sun Dec 3 16:39:42 CST 2006
Universally Unique Identifier, though perhaps better described as
Universally extremely-likely-to-be-Unique Identifier.
They're just numbers, in the end. Quite big numbers, that are
formatted a particular way, and their use is to make it possible to
tell one thing from another (similar thing).
On 3 Dec 2006, at 22:21, fortyfoxes wrote:
> What are UUIDs when they are at home - a U3 thingy?
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