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d3e295e6-70c8-411d-ae28-a5596c3dbf11 is a unique identifier or a universally unique identifier (UUID). It is a string of characters that is used to identify and distinguish resources, such as files, databases, or computer systems, from one another.

UUIDs are commonly used in software development to ensure that each resource has a unique identifier, even when resources are created, stored, or transmitted in different systems or databases. UUIDs are designed to be globally unique, meaning that the same UUID should never be generated twice, even in different systems. This helps to prevent conflicts between resources and ensures that each resource can be identified and accessed without ambiguity.

UUIDs are typically generated using algorithms that take into account the time, location, and other variables to ensure uniqueness.

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