xltIDexample returns synthetic, valid 128-bit numbers in hexadecimal
notation (hexlets) in different common formats. The synthetic examples are
easy to distinguish from "real" IDs to prevent their accidental use in an
xltIDexample(sel = 1:5)
(numeric, logical, or character) a subsetting vector
The function stores five artificial sample IDs. Input is a subsetting vector
that specifies which IDs to return. More than five IDs can be requested by
applying the usual subsetting rules. The IDs can be converted to the exact
same QQIDs provided by
QQIDexample(). The formats available are
"md5": 32 hex numerals;
"hex": 32 hex numerals with
"UUID": Universally Unique Identifier format;
IPv6 formatted address;
"hEx": 32 hex numerals with mixed case.
(character) a named vector of formatted hexlets.
Boris Steipe (aut)
(c) 2019 Boris Steipe,
licensed under MIT (see file
LICENSE in this package).
QQIDexample() Returns five QQIDs
1 2 3 4 5
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