Let's soup it up a little by adding matrix or route-specific parameters, so the result URL looks like this: /inbox;a=v1/33;b1=v1;b2=v2:

  {path: 'inbox', params: {a: 'v1'}},
  {path: '33', params: {b1: 'v1', b2: 'v2'}}

Matrix parameters are scoped to a particular URL segment. Because of this, there is no risk of name collisions.

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