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atom, yielding atoms such as
8304efdd-bd6e-5b7c-a27f-83f3f05c64e0. The alternative is
integer, returning a large integer that represents the 128 bits of the UUID.
If SWI-Prolog was not built with the OSSP UUID dependency library a
simple Prolog alternative that only implements version 4 random
UUIDs is provided. In this case the default version is 4 and the
only admissible options are