UUID in Java

UUID (Universally Unique Identifier) is a fundamental concept in Java, providing a 128-bit identifier that ensures uniqueness across all devices and time. In Java, the java.util.UUID class facilitates working with UUIDs. These identifiers find extensive use in diverse applications, serving as database primary keys, aiding in distributed system coordination, and uniquely identifying resources.In Java,…


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