Version 1 (time-based) or version 4 (random) UUID.
Represents the time and version part of a UUID. The most significant 4 bits represent the version and the bottom 60 bits representing the time part. For version 1 the time part represents the number of 100 nanosecond periods since 00:00:00 UTC, January 1, 1970 (the Epoch). For version 4 the time part is randomly generated.
Represents the clock sequence and the node part of a UUID. The most significant 16 bits represent the clock sequence (except for the most significant bit which is always set) and the bottom 48 bits respresent the node part. For version 1 (time-based) the clock sequence part is randomly generated and the node part can be explicitly set, otherwise, it’s generated from node unique information. For version 4 both the clock sequence and the node parts are randomly generated.
cass_uuid_min_from_time( time, output )
Sets the UUID to the minimum V1 (time) value for the specified time.
cass_uuid_max_from_time( time, output )
Sets the UUID to the maximum V1 (time) value for the specified time.
cass_uuid_timestamp( uuid )
Gets the timestamp for a V1 UUID
cass_uuid_version( uuid )
Gets the version for a UUID
cass_uuid_string( uuid, output )
Returns a null-terminated string for the specified UUID.
cass_uuid_from_string( str, output )
Returns a UUID for the specified string.