Generate unique random identifiers for your project. UUIDs are largely distribute. Almost all programming languages have methods to generate.
Frequently asked questions
- What is a GUID?
A GUID is a unique identifier on 128 bits.
- For what stands GUID and UUID?
GUID stands for Globally Unique Identifier and UUID stands for Universally Unique identifier.
- What is the difference between GUID and UUID?
They are the same thing. GUID is the acronym used by Microsoft developers for UUID.
- Is a GUID 100% unique?
No, but it is almost impossible to generate the same UUID. If you generate for every second 1 billion of GUIDs after ten years will be a probability of 50% to generate a UUID already generated.
- How are generated?
All UUIDs are randomly generated but based on the same conditions. There are four versions to build a guild. Some use the MAC address of the computer. The last version uses a random number generator based on a pseudo algorithm.
- How many unique identifiers can generate in a single round on Randommer?
You can generate up to 10000 random identifiers once, but you can retry for how many times you want.