How SQL Server stores data types: UNIQUEIDENTIFIER

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This week we’re looking at how the database engine stores GUIDs (globally unique identifiers), specifically known as UNIQUEIDENTIFIER in SQL Server. If you would like to read about storage of other data types, here are the previous posts in the series: Bit columns Dates and times Integers and decimals Money Floating points What is a
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