GuidPacketRepresentation

GuidPacketRepresentation structure

The packet version is used within block protocols. The following diagram represents a GUID as an opaque sequence of bytes. A GUID, also known as a UUID, is a 16-byte structure, intended to serve as a unique identifier for an object. There are three representations of a GUID, as described in the following sections.

public struct GuidPacketRepresentation

Constructors

Name Description
GuidPacketRepresentation(int, short, short, long) Initializes a new instance of the GuidPacketRepresentation struct.

Properties

Name Description
Data1 { get; set; } Gets or sets the value of the Data1 member (section 2.3.4), in little-endian byte order.
Data2 { get; set; } Gets or sets the value of the Data2 member (section 2.3.4), in little-endian byte order.
Data3 { get; set; } Gets or sets the value of the Data3 member (section 2.3.4), in little-endian byte order.
Data4 { get; set; } Gets or sets the value of the Data4 member (section 2.3.4), in little-endian byte order.

Methods

Name Description
override ToString() Returns a String that represents this instance.

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