Generate and parse UUIDs.
A universally unique identifier (UUID) is a 128-bit number used to identify information in computer systems. The term globally unique identifier (GUID) is also used.
When generated according to the standard methods, UUIDs are for practical purposes unique, without depending for their uniqueness on a central registration authority or coordination between the parties generating them, unlike most other numbering schemes.
While the probability that a UUID will be duplicated is not zero, it is close enough to zero to be negligible.
NodeID represent a MAC address.
The implementation for Version 1 UUIDs.
The implementation for Version 2 UUIDs which is based on Version 1 UUID.
The implementation for Version 3 UUIDs by Md5 hashing.
The implementation for Version 4 UUIDs which produces a random UUID.
The implementation for Version 5 UUIDs by Sha1 hashing.
A hyphenated format of Uuid which takes ownership of Uuid
A hyphenated format of Uuid which takes reference of Uuid
The invalid UUID error that can throw when parsing str.
A simple format of Uuid which takes ownership of Uuid
A simple format of Uuid which takes reference of Uuid
A urn format of Uuid which takes ownership of Uuid
A urn format of Uuid which takes reference of Uuid
A UUID represented by a 16 bytes array
The version of the UUID
The variant of the UUID