QQIDexample returns synthetic, valid QQIDs for testing and
development. The synthetic examples are easy to distinguish from "real" IDs
to prevent their accidental use in an application.
QQIDexample(sel = 1:5)
(numeric, or logical) a subsetting vector
The function stores five artificial QQIDs. Input is an index vector that
specifies which QQIDs to return. More than five IDs can be requested by
applying the usual subsetting rules. The QQIDs represent the exact same
numbers provided by
xltIDexample(). However the
package provides only format conversion to UUID at this time, so the reverse
comparison will only succeed with
(character) a vector of QQIDs
(c) 2019 Boris Steipe,
licensed under MIT (see file
LICENSE in this package).
xltIDexample() Returns five 128-bit "hexlets", formatted
as Md5, hex-number, UUID, and IPv6.
1 2 3 4 5
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