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What ID should I pass to{id}/associated url to get user's associations?

The description of the api call states:

id – a set of up to 10 users' association ids, obtained from some other API method. This is a vectorized parameter, multiple ids can be sent in a single request if delimitted with a semi-colon string

What is this "some other API method"?

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You get it from the users route, like I told you in your last question. You can't use the Id from the stackexchange website. But in version 2.0 of the API you will highly likely be able to again.

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v2.0 of the API is going to use account IDs instead of association GUIDs. – Nathan Osman Sep 19 '11 at 20:25
Yes that's what I meant to type :) somehow never made it from my brain to the keys :) – Jonathan. Sep 19 '11 at 20:47

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