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What is GUID?

Stands for Globally Unique Identifier. A GUID is a 128-bit (16 byte) number used by software programs to uniquely identify the network or location of a data object. GUIDs are typically written in hexadecimal notation, containing 32 digits, and may look something like this: ec2a606e-68d3-459a-aea2-65127bf224d3.

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