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Functions for generating and comparing Universal Unique Identifiers
(UUIDs), based on ideas from e2fsprogs.

A UUID is essentially a 128-bit random number that has a string
representation of 28 hexadecimal digits, hyphenated in groups of
8-4-4-12. The value could be greater than the number of atoms in the
universe; it's extremely unlikely that the same number would ever be
generated twice.

UUIDs are defined by ISO/IEC 11578:1996 (Remote Procedure Call)(more...)

src/4/s/4Suite-XML-1.0.2/Ft/Lib/Uri.py   4Suite-XML(Download)
        The default action is to generate a random UUID URN.
        import Uuid
        return 'urn:uuid:'+Uuid.UuidAsString(Uuid.GenerateUuid())