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A UUID is first and foremost a 128 bit number, irrespective of its text encoding.

Its 'canonical' form uses HEX-only encoding. A 'Url62' can be another encoding. 'Url62' wouldn't be a canonical encoding, but it's still a 128 bit UUID number.




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