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Hi,
How can i convert this c# snippet to PHP to pass the result as a paramater to a web service method call

string pub_key = "BC542794-2738-4BCD-B1E4-C4E64457GE80";
byte[]  pub_bytes = ( new Guid( pub_key ) ).ToByteArray();

Thanks for the help!
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In php there is no real difference between strings and bytearrays.
What does the class Guid make. In php there is no such class or similar function.
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