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Re: GUID Generation

Robert Rawlins wrote:
Iíve been looking at the following recipe for generating a GUID
http://code.activestate.com/recipes/163604/ however I note that its
about 6 years old. Has python since adopted an internal module for GUID
generation? Or is this 3^rd part module still the best option?
Not only is the answer, Yes:


but it's just featured as Doug Hellmann's module of the Week:


Jul 28 '08 #1
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