OSF DCE 1.1 UUID
uuid/uuid.h procedures on MacOS X, and Linux.
This is a module. You must
(import uuid-lib) to access these procedures.
Is UUID a uuid?
Is UUID the "null" uuid?
Are UUID1 and UUID2 equal?
Are UUID1 and UUID2 not equal?
Does UUID1 order below UUID2?
Does UUID1 order above UUID2?
Does UUID1 order below or the same as UUID2?
Does UUID1 order above or the same as UUID2?
Returns the UUID set to the null uuid.
Returns a copy of the UUID.
Returns a new uuid.
Returns a new uuid from the UUID external string representation UUID-TEXT.
Returns the external string representation of UUID.
Argument errors are signalled using
When a non-uuid is given as an argument the result is
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