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CMDebug / TCC-RT Help v. 28

Purpose:Create UUIDs in different formats

 

Format:UUID [/B] [/Cn] [/Fn]

 

/B(races)

/Cn (create)

/Fn (format)

 

Usage:

 

A UUID (also referred to as a GUID in Windows) is a 128-bit integer number used to uniquely identify resources.

 

Examples:

 

[D:\TakeCommand28]uuid /b

{0634f6db-823e-4536-bb40-eb025d3020bc}

 

[D:\TakeCommand28]uuid /f1

5ED9BCD0-B6B0-4C01-822B-20A03CECB6B0

 

[D:\TakeCommand28]uuid /f3

42D9909D2385495D9D51C8C6F4AB8D36

 

Option:

 

/BEnclose the UID in curly braces

 

/CnCreate n UUIDs

 

/FnFormat for the UUID, where n is:

 

0 - returns the UUID with lower case alphabetic characters and embedded hyphens

1 - returns the UUID with upper case alphabetic characters and embedded hyphens

2 - returns the UUID with lower case alphabetic characters and no hyphens

3 - returns the UUID with upper chase alphabetic characters and no hyphens