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Is there any difference if I compile everytime I want to deploy another multisig wallet. Or I can just deploy another multisig wallet using the same compiled data?

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  • Is there any difference if I compile everytime I want to deploy another multisig wallet.

No, provided you haven't changed anything in the contract. In case if you haven't changed anything in the contract and try compiling it again, truffle returns the below result

> truffle compile
Compiling your contracts...
===========================
> Everything is up to date, there is nothing to compile.
  • Or I can just deploy another multisig wallet using the same compiled data?

Yes, you can use the same compiled bytecode to deploy multiple instances of MultiSig Wallet

  • Does solidity create unique outputs every time it compiles same exact code?

No

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  • There is nothing in the question about Truffle though. – goodvibration Mar 24 at 10:29
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Compiling the same source-code with the same compiler version yields the same byte-code.

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