Guid Constructor (Int32, Int16, Int16, Byte, Byte, Byte, Byte, Byte, Byte, Byte, Byte)

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Initializes a new instance of the Guid structure by using the specified integers and bytes.

Namespace:  System
Assembly:  mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)

'Declaration
Public Sub New ( _
	a As Integer, _
	b As Short, _
	c As Short, _
	d As Byte, _
	e As Byte, _
	f As Byte, _
	g As Byte, _
	h As Byte, _
	i As Byte, _
	j As Byte, _
	k As Byte _
)

Parameters

a
Type: System..::..Int32
The first 4 bytes of the GUID.
b
Type: System..::..Int16
The next 2 bytes of the GUID.
c
Type: System..::..Int16
The next 2 bytes of the GUID.
d
Type: System..::..Byte
The next byte of the GUID.
e
Type: System..::..Byte
The next byte of the GUID.
f
Type: System..::..Byte
The next byte of the GUID.
g
Type: System..::..Byte
The next byte of the GUID.
h
Type: System..::..Byte
The next byte of the GUID.
i
Type: System..::..Byte
The next byte of the GUID.
j
Type: System..::..Byte
The next byte of the GUID.
k
Type: System..::..Byte
The next byte of the GUID.

Specifying individual bytes in this manner can be used to circumvent byte order restrictions (big-endian or little-endian byte order) on particular types of computers.

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