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UNIMARC Manual : Bibliographic Format 1994

2-- Descriptive Information Block

Description and Scope of Fields

This block contains those areas covered by the ISBD with the exception of notes and standard numbers. Definitions and further information on the use on the ISBD data elements are found in the ISBD documents. The following fields are defined:

200 Title and Statement of Responsibility
205 Edition Statement
206 Material Specific Area: Cartographic Materials Mathematical Data
207 Material Specific Area: Serials - Numbering
208 Material Specific Area: Printed Music
210 Publication, Distribution, etc.
211 Projected Publication Date
215 Physical Description
225 Series
230 Material Specific Area: Electronic Resource Characteristics

Notes on Contents of Block

Unless stated otherwise in a particular field, ISBD punctuation is not entered at subfield boundaries or at the end of a field. The exception is the equals sign ‘=’ which denotes parallel information. Since it would not always be certain for a given subfield marker whether or not an equals sign is necessary, the sign should be entered explicitly whenever it occurs in the description.

In certain fields in the 2-- block, guidance is given as to the ISBD punctuation which is generated from the subfield identifier. This is intended only as a rough guide and the appropriate ISBD is in all cases the authority.

Data elements in this block should not be generated automatically from data elements in other parts of a source record in instances where the source record lacks these elements. For example, if the source record does not have a data element 'statement of responsibility as found on the item', the access point fields (equivalent to UNIMARC 7--) should not be used to generate one since there will be no way of ensuring that data in such a generated field would add anything to the descriptive area of the record. Similarly a series statement (field 225) should not be generated automatically from a series access point (field 410). Nevertheless, since the 200 $a subfield is mandatory, a title from the source record must be entered in this subfield whether or not it is in ISBD form.

In cases where the full range of subfields cannot be used (for example, when a record is converted from another format), the accompanying documentation should give details.

205 ##$a3rd ed., 2nd (corrected) impression [should be 3rd ed.$b2nd ...]

Related Fields

RECORD LABEL, descriptive cataloguing (character position 18)

If a UNIMARC record does not for whatever reason contain data entered according to the provisions of ISBD, then character position 18 of the RECORD LABEL, descriptive cataloguing form, should contain the code ‘n’ for non-ISBD form or ‘i’ for partial or incomplete form, depending on the amount of divergence.  

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200 TITLE AND STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY

Field Definition

This field contains the title along with any other title information and statements of responsibility relating to the title including any of the preceding repeated in other languages (parallel titles, parallel statements of responsibility, etc.) generally in the form and sequence in which they appear on the item being catalogued. It corresponds to the ISBD Title and Statement of Responsibility area.

Occurrence

Mandatory. Not repeatable.

Indicators

Indicator 1: Title Significance Indicator

This specifies whether the agency preparing the record considers that the title proper as specified in the first $a subfield deserves treatment as an access point. This corresponds to making a title added entry or treating the title as main entry under certain cataloguing codes.

0 Title is not significant
This title does not warrant an added entry.

1 Title is significant
An access point is to be made from this title.

For access points for any title other than the first occurring title proper, see RELATED FIELDS below.

Indicator 2: blank (not defined)

Subfields

$a Title Proper
The chief title of the item, includes alternative title but excludes other title information (e.g. subtitles) and parallel titles. Repeatable for additional titles by the same author (EX 5). Mandatory for every record.

$b General Material Designation
Text of general material designation (EX 3, 11). This subfield contains a term indicating the broad class of material to which the item belongs given in the language and script of the agency preparing the record. It corresponds to the ISBD General Material Designation. Repeatable.

$c Title Proper by Another Author
The chief title of a work by an author other than the one responsible for the first title when they are both contained in the same item and when there is no collective title. Repeatable for each additional title proper by another author (EX 12).

$d Parallel Title Proper
The title proper in another language and/or script relating to a title proper appearing in a $a or $c subfield (EX 4, 13, 14). Repeatable for each additional parallel title.

$e Other Title Information
Subtitles and other title information that appear subordinate to the title proper on an item (EX 1, 2, 10). Repeatable for each segment of other title information (EX 10) and for parallel other title information (EX 13, 14). It does not include variant titles such as spine title, cover title, and other titles found outside the principal source of information. It may be subordinate to a title appearing in subfield $a, $c or $d.

$f First Statement of Responsibility
The first statement of responsibility for a title appearing in subfield $a, $c or $d, or for a numbered or named part of a work appearing in subfields $h or $i. Repeatable after each subfield $a, $c, $d, $h or $i which has an accompanying statement of responsibility (EX 12) or for each parallel statement of responsibility (EX 6).

$g Subsequent Statement of Responsibility
A statement of responsibility after the first statement of responsibility and relating to the same title (EX 1, 4, 8, 9). It is repeatable for each additional subsequent statement of responsibility (EX 1, 8, 9) and for each parallel subsequent statement of responsibility (EX 14).

$h Number of a Part
The section or part numbering for items that are identified by a common name and a subsection name (EX 3, 11). Repeatable for each subsection or lower level division (EX 11) or for a parallel part number.

$i Name of a Part
The section or part name for items which are identified by a common name and a subsection name (EX 3, 11). Repeatable for each subsection or lower level division (EX 11) or for a parallel part name.

$v Volume Designation
Used to indicate a particular part of an item that is related to another item. This subfield is used only when a 200 field is embedded in a 4-- linking field. It further defines the part of the linked item that bears the relationship designated by the 4-- tag. For example, an item may be a volume of a series, in which case the series title and the volume designation are entered in an embedded 200 field (EX 7). Volume designation may be numbers, years, etc. Not repeatable.

$z Language of Parallel Title Proper
Coded identification of the language of a parallel title that appears in a $d subfield. If $d is repeated, this subfield should be repeated, the languages identified reflecting the order of the parallel titles. This subfield and any repeats should always come last in the field (EX 4, 13, 14). See Appendix A for list of codes.

$5 Institution to Which Field Applies
Name of institution to which field applies in coded form. Since there are no internationally accepted codes, the codes from USMARC Code List for Organizations, which includes codes for many non-U.S. library agencies, are recommended. Otherwise, the full name of the agency or a national code may be used. If the institution holds more than one copy the subfield should also contain the shelfmark after a colon. Not repeatable.

This subfield is used only when a 200 field is embedded in a 4-- linking field. It further defines the part of the linked item that bears the relationship designated by the 4-- tag. It is generally used for older monographic publications (antiquarian) to identify the institution which possesses the item with copy specific information. The case may be of an item bound in an ‘artificial’ collection (EX 17).

Notes on Field Contents

ISBD information:

The data in the field should be entered as specified in ISBD for the Title and Statement of Responsibility Area. Subfield $z is not an ISBD data element. The correspondence between this field and the ISBD specification is illustrated below.

UNIMARC subfield

Element name

ISBD (G) Section

Preceding punctuation

$a
$a (repeated)

$b
$c
$d
$e
$f
$g

$h
$i

Title proper
Title proper by the same author
General material designation
Title proper by another author
Parallel title proper
Other title information
First statement of responsibility
Subsequent statement of responsibility
Number of a part
Name of a part

1.1
1.6

1.2
1.6
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.5

1.1.4 ISBD(S)
1.1.4 ISBD(S)

New area
;

[ ]
.
=
:
/
;

.
, if after $h, else .

The above table illustrates the preceding punctuation which occurs in most situations but not necessarily when parallel data is present. Further information is found in the appropriate ISBD.

When ISBD data is not found in the source record, no attempt should be made to create it from other data elements in a record. For example, if the source record does not have a data element 'statement of responsibility as found on the item', data from the access point fields of the source record should not be used to create one.

When an item has a collective title consisting of the title of separate works contained within it, any conjunction in the title is included in the subfield of the title it precedes (EX 5).

Parallel data:

Parallel data appearing on the item, i.e. data repeated in other languages or script, is denoted in ISBD by the use of equals sign followed by a space '= ' at the start of any block of parallel data. In UNIMARC '= ' is included in the data wherever required by ISBD, preceding and in the same subfield as the data to which it relates.

A title translated by the cataloguer is recorded in field 541 unless it is the only title supplied by the source record.

Title access:

The data in 200 $a will usually be that used to create an access point for the record under the title, if the title significance indicator (indicator 1) is set to 1. There is no other field in the UNIMARC format from which an added entry under title proper can be created when the record is used in the production of a catalogue.

General material designation:

The general material designation is entered in the language of the agency preparing the record. Lists of general material designations are found in ISBDs. For monographs and serials in the usual print form, the designation 'Printed text' may optionally be used. When an item has a collective title proper and comprises more than one interdependent component belonging to distinct material categories, the field will include a subfield for each general material designation.

When displayed, the general material designation is enclosed in brackets [ ]. These are ISBD prescribed punctuation and are not included in the record.

Related Fields

101 LANGUAGE OF THE ITEM
The language of the title proper in the 200 $a subfield may be indicated in $g of field 101. However if there is no language entered in 101 $g, it can be assumed that the language of the title proper is the same as the first language of the text, entered in the first occurrence of $a in the 101 field. The language of any parallel titles is contained in 200 $z.

304 NOTES PERTAINING TO TITLE AND STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY
Used for notes on the contents of field 200.

312 NOTES RELATING TO RELATED TITLES
Used for notes containing the text of and/or comments on related titles.

423 ISSUED WITH
Used for added entries for titles contained in additional 200 $a subfields, for 200 $c subfields and for titles associated with these (EX 12).

5-- RELATED TITLE BLOCK
Used for added entries for parallel titles contained in 200$d (EX 4) and for variant titles such as spine title.

530 KEY TITLE (SERIALS)
When the source format carries a key title, which may or may not be the same as the title proper, it is entered in field 530.

Examples

EX 1
200 l#$aNSBThe NSEGreat Fear of 1789$erural panic in revolutionary France$f[by] Georges LeFebvre$gtranslated from the French by Joan White$gintroduction by George Rudé.

The ISBD entry appears as:

The Great Fear of 1789 : rural panic in revolutionary France / [by] Georges LeFebvre ; translated from the French by Joan White ; introduction by George Rudé.

'The ' is marked as having no filing value.

EX 2
200 l#$aWhat is modern mathematics?$ea guide to teachers in further education$fYorkshire and Humberside Council for Further Education

The ISBD entry appears as:

What is modern mathematics? : a guide to teachers in further education / Yorkshire and Humberside Council for Further Education

The question mark '?' of the title proper is retained since it is not ISBD prescribed punctuation.

EX 3
200 0#$aBulletin signalétique$bMicroform$hSection 9$iSciences de l'ingénieur$fCentre national de la recherche scientifique

The ISBD entry appears as:

Bulletin signalétique [Microform]. Section 9, Sciences de l'ingénieur / Centre national de la recherche scientifique

EX 4
200 l#$aIndustrial steam locomotives of Germany and Austria$d= Dampfloks auf Industriebahnen der BRD, DDR, und Österreich$fcompiled by Brian Rumary$gGerman translations by M. Spellen$zger

510 1#$aDampfloks auf Industriebahnen der BRD, DDR, und Österreich$zger

The item has a parallel title that is coded as German. An added entry is required for the parallel title, so it is repeated in field 510.

EX 5
200 l# $aFlash and filigree$aand, The Magic Christian$fby Terry Southern

The item contains two individual works by the same author, each with its own title but without any collective title.

EX 6
200 1#$aBibliographica belgica$fCommission belge de bibliographie$f= Belgische Commissie voor bibliografie

The item has a title in Latin with parallel statements of responsibility in French and Dutch. The $f subfield is repeated and the data is preceded by an equals sign '=' and space.

EX 7
410 #0$12000#$aSeries de histórica general$vv.5$171001$aMexico (City).$bUniversidad Nacional.$bInstituto de Investigaciones Históricas.

This example illustrates the use of field 200 embedded in a linking entry field. A link is made between the item being catalogued and the series to which it belongs, using field 410. Embedded within the 410 field are the 710 field containing the name of the corporate body primarily responsible for the series and the 200 field containing the name of the series. The item being catalogued is v.5 of the series, so v.5 is entered in the 200 $v field.

EX 8
200 1#$aThree adventures of Asterix$iAsterix in Switzerland$ftext by Goscinny$gdrawings by Uderzo$gtranslated by Anthea Bell and Derek Hockridge.

The item is one of three unnumbered volumes, with a common title for the set of three and individual titles for each volume. The first statement of responsibility is entered in $f and all others in $g. Note that a statement of responsibility may contain more than one name (second $g). Alternatively, the volume could have been treated as in EX 9.

EX 9
200 1#$aAsterix in Switzerland$ftext by Goscinny$gdrawings by Uderzo$gtranslated by Anthea Bell and Derek Hockridge

461 #1$12001#$aThree adventures of Asterix

The same example as EX 8 but treated differently in the source format of the agency preparing the record.

EX 10
200 1#$aLife wish$ereincarnation$ereality or hoax$fMaurice Rawlings

Example of multiple occurrences of other title information.

EX 11
200 1#$aBritish standard methods of analysis of fat and fatty oils$bPrinted text$hPart l$iPhysical methods$hSection 1.12$iDetermination of the dilation of fats.

A standards document with sections and subsections as recorded in a multimedia bibliography. The general material designation is stated.

EX 12
200 l#$aPour les valeurs bourgeoises$fpar Georges Hourdin$cContre les valeurs bourgeoises$fpar Gilbert Ganne

423 #0$l2001#$aContre les valeurs bourgeoises$1700#1$aGanne,$bGilbert

The ISBD entry appears as:

Pour les valeurs bourgeoises / par Georges Hourdin. Contre les valeurs bourgeoises / par Gilbert Ganne.

An item contains two works by different authors without common title. Note that subfield $f First Statement of Responsibility is repeated after each title. In order to provide for author/title and title added entries for the second named work, the author and title are entered in field 423.

EX 13
200 1#$aApplications of ecological (biophysical) land classification in Canada$eproceedings of the second meeting$d= Applications de la classification écologique (biophysicale) du territoire au Canada$ecompte rendu de la deuxième réunion$fCanada Committee on Ecological (Biophysical) Land Classification, 47 April 1978, Victoria, British Columbia$gcompiled and edited by C.D.A. Rubec$zfre.

The item contains 'blocked' data for title and other title information, but since the statements of responsibility are not parallel, these are outside the block.

EX 14
200 l#$aPrinting at Gregynog$easpects of a great private press$d= Argraffu yng Ngregynog$eagweddau ar wasg breifat fawr$fMichael Hutchins$gtranslated by David Jenkyns$g= y cyfieithiad gan David Jenkyns$zwel.

The source format has not blocked the description by language since the first statement of responsibility belongs to each set of language data; therefore the equals sign precedes each new set of elements in the parallel language.

EX 15
200 1#$aNSBLe NSEwestern, nouvelle éd.$cÉvolution et renouveau du western (19621968)

The publication is without a collective title and the edition statement for one of the titles thus appears in the title area rather than in an edition area. The source format treated this unusually placed data element like a part of the title proper.

EX 16
200 0#$aVol. 3

461 #0$100183.040221.7$15010#$aWorks$1700#1$a Shakespeare$bWilliam

The record is for a part without a distinctive title from a source format that constructs separate records for each level in a bibliographic hierarchy. The 461 contains the control number of the record for a 9 volume set of complete works of Shakespeare without distinctively named individual volumes.

EX 17
481 #1$1001930112003$12000#$aTheoria generalis aequationum omnium graduum novis illustrata formulis ac iuxta principia sublimioris calculi finitorum deducta$fautore p. Dominico Martinovics$5CiZaNSB: R IIF-8º-1133privez1$1210##$aBudae$d1780

or

481 #1$0001930112003$tTheoria generalis aequationum omnium graduum novis illustrata formulis ac iuxta principia sublimioris calculi finitorum deducta. CiZaNSB: R IIF-8º-1133privez1$cBudae$d1780

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205 EDITION STATEMENT

Field Definition

The field contains a statement of the edition of the item along with any additional issue statement and statement of responsibility relating to the edition. It corresponds to the ISBD Edition Area.

Occurrence

Optional. Repeatable.

Indicators

Indicator 1: blank (not defined)
Indicator 2: blank (not defined)

Subfields

$a Edition Statement
A word, phrase or group of characters in a formal statement, identifying an item as a member of an edition. Not repeatable: additional edition statements are entered in $b.

$b Issue Statement
This subfield contains an edition statement relating to an issue or an additional edition statement which:

  • is formally identified as constituting an edition within an edition, or
  • has significant differences in content from other issues of the larger edition to which it belongs (EX 5),
      or
  • is an alternative designation for the edition named in subfield $a (EX 6).

      It corresponds to the ISBD Additional Edition Statement. Repeatable for a parallel or additional issue statement.

      $d Parallel Edition Statement
      The statement of an edition in a language and/or script other than the edition statement in subfield $a (EX 9). Repeatable for each edition statement in other languages.

      $f Statement of Responsibility Relating to Edition
      The first of any statements of responsibility relating to the edition. May appear following subfields $a (EX 8, 9), $b (EX 7), or $d (EX 9). Repeatable for parallel first statements and first statements relating to additional edition statements.

      $g Subsequent Statement of Responsibility
      Any subsequent statement of responsibility relating to the edition (EX 7). Follows subfield $f. Repeatable for additional subsequent statements and parallel subsequent statements.

      Notes on Field Contents

      ISBD information:

      The data in the field should be entered, as specified in ISBD, in the terms that appear on the item. When data is supplied by the cataloguer, it should be enclosed within brackets [ ]. The correspondence between this field and ISBD specification is illustrated below.

      UNIMARC subfield

      Element name

      ISBD(G) section

      Preceding Punctuation

      $a
      $d
      $f
      $g
      $b

      Edition statement
      Parallel edition statement
      Statement of responsibility relating to edition
      Subsequent statement of responsibility
      Issue or additional edition statement

      2.1
      2.2
      2.3, 2.5
      2.3, 2.5
      2.4

      New area
      =
      /
      ;
      ,

      Subfield content:

      Statements of responsibility are entered immediately after the edition/issue statement to which they specifically apply. If a statement of responsibility applies to the work as a whole, and not merely to one particular edition or issue, it is entered in subfields 200 $f or $g. A single statement of responsibility may contain more than one name in some cases (EX 8).

      When a statement relating to an issue or reprint is present in the item and there is no edition statement present, the issue statement is entered in subfield $a (EX 4). Many cataloguing codes do not transcribe an edition statement when it refers to a first edition.

      Parallel data:

      Parallel data appearing on the item, i.e. data repeated in another language or script, is denoted in ISBD by the use of equals sign followed by a space '= ' at the start of any block of parallel data. In UNIMARC '= ' is included in the data wherever required by ISBD, preceding and in the same subfield as the data to which it relates (EX 9).

      Related Fields

      200 TITLE AND STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY
      Statements of responsibility relating to the title as a whole are entered in field 200.

      305 NOTES RELATING TO EDITION AND BIBLIOGRAPHIC HISTORY
      Used for notes on the contents of field 205.

      7-- INTELLECTUAL RESPONSIBILITY BLOCK
      Any names in an edition statement for which access points are required are entered in 7-- fields.

      Examples

      EX 1
      205 ##$a16th ed.

      EX 2
      205 ##$aNew and revised ed.

      EX 3
      205 ##$aLarge print ed.

      EX 4
      205 ##$a2nd impression

      EX 5
      205 ##$a3rd ed.$b2nd (corrected) impression

      A title Ireland edited by L. Russell Muirhead states 'Third edition. Second (corrected) impression'. Second (corrected) impression is an issue statement and is entered in $b.

      EX 6
      205 ##$aEnglish full ed.$b4th international ed.

      The English full edition of UDC is also labelled 'Fourth international edition'. The additional edition statement is entered in $b.

      EX 7
      205 ##$a2nd ed.$breissued$fwith a foreword by Magnus Magnusson$gextra notes by P. Gardner

      The second edition of an item is reissued with the addition of a foreword by Magnus Magnusson, with extra notes by P. Gardner.

      EX 8
      205 ##$a4th ed.$frevised by H.G. Le Mesurier and E. McIntosh$breprinted with corrections

      The 4th edition of The pocket Oxford dictionary of accurate English is revised by H.G. Le Mesurier and E. McIntosh. A reprint is issued with corrections.

      EX 9
      205 ##$a2nd ed.$fedited by Larry C. Lewis$d= 2e éd.$frédigé par Larry C. Lewis.

      A parallel edition statement

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      206 MATERIAL SPECIFIC AREA: CARTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS - MATHEMATICAL DATA

      Field Definition

      The statements of scale, projections, coordinates and equinox of a cartographic item.

      Occurrence

      Mandatory for cartographic items. Repeatable.

      Indicators

      Indicator 1: blank (not defined)
      Indicator 2: blank (not defined)

      Subfields

      $a Mathematical Data Statement
      The text of the statements of scale, projection, coordinates, equinoxes and epochs including ISBD punctuation. Not repeatable.

      Notes on Field Contents

      The field is equivalent to the ISBD(CM) Mathematical Data Area. The field is not divided into subfields since data from this field will not usually be used when a search is made on the contents of the record, this field is used primarily for display, whereas coded data fields for cartographic materials 120, 122, 123 and 131 are used for information retrieval. Specifications for format and punctuation of the data in this field are contained in the ISBD(CM). Note that all ISBD specified punctuation is carried in the field, even when it occurs at the subfield boundary.

      Related Fields

      120 CODED DATA FIELD: CARTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS
      This field contains a code for map projection.

      122 CODED DATA FIELD: TIME PERIOD OF ITEM CONTENT
      This field contains in coded form the date to which the item applies, it includes the data which is found in the statement of equinox in records relating to celestial charts.

      123 CODED DATA FIELD: CARTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS - SCALE AND COORDINATES

      131 CODED DATA FIELD: CARTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS - GEODETIC, GRID AND VERTICAL MEASUREMENT

      Examples

      EX 1
      206 ##$aScale 1:6 336 000 (W 170º-W 50º/N 80º -N 40º)

      EX 2
      206 ##$aScale 1:250 000. Vertical scale 1:125 000 ; Universal Transverse Mercator proj. (W 124º- W 122º/N 58º-N57º)

      EX 3
      206 ##$a(RA 16 hr. 30 min. to 19 hr. 30min./Decl. -16º to -49º; eq. 1950, epoch 1948)

      Example of a celestial chart.

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      207 MATERIAL SPECIFIC AREA: SERIALS NUMBERING

      Field Definition

      This field contains the numbering and/or dates of coverage of the first and last issues of a serial when the numbers and dates are known. It corresponds to the ISBD(S) Numbering Area.

      Occurrence

      Optional. Not repeatable.

      Indicators

      Indicator 1: blank (not defined)
      Indicator 2: Formatted Numbering Indicator

      This indicator indicates whether the volume and dates are formatted or structured.

      0 Formatted
      1 Not formatted

      Subfields

      $a Numbering: Dates and Volume Designations
      The numbering and/or dates of coverage as defined in the Field Definition above. Repeatable when a new sequence of numbering is started.

      $z Source of Numbering Information
      A note on the source of numbering information when it is not taken from the item itself (EX 6). Repeatable.

      Notes on Field Contents

      The field contains numbering and/or dates of coverage. Dates of coverage given in this field do not necessarily coincide with the dates of publication in the record.

      Recommendations for formatting this field are contained in ISBD(S).

      Related Fields

      210 PUBLICATION, DISTRIBUTION, ETC.
      Subfield $d contains the date of publication of the item which is entered in field 200 in the prescribed form, whether or not it coincides with any date in field 207.

      225 SERIES
      When an item is a member of a series and bears a series number within that series (e.g. v.7 of a monographic series), the number within the series should be entered in field 225.

      Examples

      EX 1
      207 #0$aVol. l, no. l (Jan. 1940)-

      A serial which is still being published is numbered from volume 1, number 1 onwards. The issues are dated from January 1940.

      EX 2
      207 #0$aVol. 1, no. 1 (1 Apr. 1946)-vol.26, no. 195 (10 Oct.1972) = no. l-no. 6943

      A daily newspaper was published from April 1, 1946 to October 10, 1972 starting with volume 1 number 1 and ending with volume 26, number 195. In addition, each issue was numbered consecutively from 1 to 6943.

      EX 3
      207 #0$aApr.1978-July 1983

      A serial is published monthly from April 1978 to July 1983 and has no volume or issue numbering.

      EX 4
      207 #0$aVol. l, pt. l (June 1845)-vol. 72, pt. 12 (Dec.1916)$aN.s. vol. l, no. l (Jan.1917)-

      A serial started with volume 1, part 1, in June 1845 and in 1917 after volume 72 part 12 when it changed its format it started renumbering from New series, volume 1, number 1. Each sequence is entered in a separate subfield.

      EX 5
      207 #0$a1951/1-

      A serial starting in 1951 is numbered 1951/1 onwards.

      EX 6
      207 #l$aBegan in 1963$zBUCOP

      An unformatted serial numbering statement, with source of information.

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      208 MATERIAL SPECIFIC AREA: PRINTED MUSIC SPECIFIC STATEMENT

      Field Definition

      This field contains a statement, transcribed from the item, relating to the particular format of a printed or manuscript music item. The field corresponds to the ISBD(PM) Printed Music Specific Area.

      Occurrence

      Optional. Not repeatable.

      Indicators

      Indicator 1: blank (not defined)
      Indicator 2: blank (not defined)

      Subfields

      $a Printed Music Specific Statement
      The statement related to the particular format of the item in hand, taken from the title page (EX 1, 2). Not repeatable.

      $d Parallel Printed Music Specific Statement(s)
      Any additional statements in a different language and/or script, taken from the title page (EX 2). Repeatable for each additional statement.

      Notes on Field Contents

      Parallel data:

      Parallel data appearing on the item, i.e. data repeated in another language or script, is denoted in ISBD by the use of the equals sign followed by a space = at the start of any block of parallel data. In UNIMARC '= ' is included in the data whenever required by ISBD, preceding and in the same subfield as the data to which it relates (EX 2).

      Related Fields

      125 CODED DATA: SOUND RECORDINGS AND MUSICAL SCORES

      Examples

      EX 1
      208 ##$aMiniature score

      EX 2
      208 ##$aOrchester-Partitur$d= Full score

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      210 PUBLICATION, DISTRIBUTION, ETC.

      Field Definition

      This field contains information on the publication, distribution and manufacture of the item including associated dates. It corresponds to the ISBD Publication, Distribution, etc. Area.

      Occurrence

      Optional. Not repeatable.

      Indicators

      Indicator 1: blank (not defined)
      Indicator 2: blank (not defined)

      Subfields

      $a Place of Publication, Distribution, etc.
      The town or other locality where the item is published or distributed as named in it. If the place is not well-known or is incorrectly or archaically spelled, amplification may be added in brackets according to the provisions of ISBD (EX 2, 3). Repeatable for each place named (EX 7, 12, 13) or for the place of publication in another language (EX 14).

      $b Address of Publisher, Distributor, etc.
      The full postal address of a publisher or distributor within parentheses or brackets, usually included because the publisher is not well-known (EX 4). Repeatable.

      $c Name of Publisher, Distributor, etc.
      The name of the publisher or distributor which may be in a shortened form so long as it is readily recognisable (EX 1). When a statement of function of the distributor is included, it is entered in this subfield in brackets (EX 5, 12). Repeatable (EX 8).

      $d Date of Publication, Distribution, etc.
      The date or approximate date of publication or a copyright date (EX 7) or date of manufacture (EX 11). An open date (EX 6) or spanning date (EX 10) is permitted. Repeatable for a date of distribution when included in addition to a date of publication and separated from it by an intervening subfield (EX 12).

      $e Place of Manufacture
      The place of manufacture of an item, e.g. the place of printing of a book (EX 9). If the place is not well-known or is incorrectly named, amplification may be added in brackets according to the provisions of ISBD. Repeatable.

      $f Address of Manufacturer
      The full postal address of the manufacturer, usually included because the manufacturer is not well known. Repeatable.

      $g Name of Manufacturer
      The name of the manufacturer (e.g. printer) (EX 3, 9). May be in a shortened form so long as it is readily recognisable. Repeatable.

      $h Date of Manufacture
      The date of manufacture of an item when used to supplement the date of publication (EX 13). Repeatable.

      Notes on Field Contents

      Subfield contents:

      It is recommended that each record should have a field 210. Where place and name of publisher are not known, [S.l.] (sine loco) and [s.n.] (sine nomine) or their equivalents in non-roman scripts are entered in subfields $a and $c respectively (EX 9). When more than one publisher/distributor is given, each is preceded by its place in separate repeated subfields (EX 5, 8). The rules for the omission or names of places and publishers depend on the practices of the agency.

      Dates:

      A date is always in subfield $d. If the date of publication is not known a copyright date or an approximate date may be given. Such a date may be indicated as a copyright date (EX 7) or date of manufacture. A copyright date may be entered in addition to the date of publication; both are entered in the same subfield $d. When date of manufacture is entered in addition to the date in subfield $d, it is entered in subfield $h (EX 13). Parentheses are omitted from this subfield, and are generated at output.

      A spanning date may be entered in any date subfield (EX 10). When an open date is entered (EX 6) it is entered without any following space. If required, such spaces are generated at output.

      Parallel data:

      Parallel data may be entered in this field, in which case it is entered in a repeated subfield and preceded by an equals sign and space '= '' (EX 14).

      ISBD information:

      ISBD recommend that any full address in $b or $f be entered in brackets if it is supplied by the cataloguer or in parentheses if it is taken from the item. Since this is not prescribed punctuation, it should be carried if required for a record even when it occurs at a subfield boundary (EX 4). When a distributor is named, a term such as Distributor or its equivalent may be entered in brackets (EX 5, 12). Although these brackets are prescribed punctuation in the ISBD, they are not dropped at subfield boundaries in the UNIMARC record.

      For further information on the data content of this field refer to the relevant ISBD. The correspondence between this field and ISBD specification is illustrated below.

      UNIMARC subfield

      Element name

      ISBD(G) section

      Preceding punctuation

      $a
      $a (repeated)
      $b
      $c
      $d
      $e
      $e (repeated)
      $f
      $g
      $h

      Place of publication, distribution, etc
      Subsequent place of publication, distribution etc
      Address of publisher, distributor, etc
      Name of publisher, distributor, etc
      Date of publication, distribution, etc
      Place of manufacture
      Subsequent place of manufacture
      Address of manufacturer
      Name of manufacturer
      Date of manufacture

      4.1
      4.1
      4.2
      4.3
      4.4
      4.5
      4.6
      4.7

      New area
      ;

      :
      ,
      (if present
      ;

      :
      ,

      The entire statement of manufacture is enclosed within parentheses.

      Related Fields

      100 GENERAL PROCESSING DATA, Dates of publication (character positions 9-16)
      Dates of publication are entered in field 100 as well as in 210 $d. Both should be entered.

      102 COUNTRY OF PUBLICATION OR PRODUCTION
      This field contains a code for the country or countries of publication or production and a code for the locality. It is recommended that field 102 be used in addition to field 210.

      205 EDITION STATEMENT
      A date of printing for a reprint etc. may be included in an edition or issue statement.

      345 ACQUISITION INFORMATION NOTE
      This field contains the full mailing address of a publisher, distributor etc.

      620 PLACE ACCESS
      If it is desired to provide an access point for the place of publication, production etc., the place is entered in this field.

      7-- INTELLECTUAL RESPONSIBILITY BLOCK
      If it is desired to provide an access point for a publisher or manufacturer, the name of the person or body is entered in a 7-- field.

      Examples

      EX 1
      210 ##$a[Cambridge, Mass.]$cHarvard Univ. P.$dl981

      The place of publication is not in the chief source of information. The agency abbreviates common words in the publisher's name.

      EX 2
      210 ##$aBrampton [Cumbria]$cL.Y.T.C.$d[1978 or 1979]

      The place in the imprint is not well-known and a county is added. The date is not certain.

      EX 3
      210 ##$aNottigham [i.e. Nottingham]$c[s.n.]$dl966$gSherwood Printers

      The place name is incorrectly or archaically spelled and no publisher is named.

      EX 4
      210 ##$aLondon$b(52, St. George's Avenue, N7)$cSt George's Church$d[1975]

      The address of the publisher has been included by the agency preparing the record. The date is taken from elsewhere than the chief source of information and is enclosed in brackets.

      EX 5
      210 ##$aColorado Springs$cMyles$aLondon$cHouseman [distributor]$dl980

      The statement of the function of the distributor is added.

      EX 6
      210 ##$aLondon$cMacmillan for the Linnean Society$dl964-@

      The date is an open date. In this example the end of field marker is included for clarity.

      EX 7
      210 ##$aLondon$aBoston$cButterworth$dcop. 1982

      A repeated place of publication is needed for one publisher. The date is a copyright date and indicated as such.

      EX 8
      210 ##$aIpswich$cBoydell P.$aBungay$cWaveney Publications$dl976

      The item has more than one publisher.

      EX 9
      210 ##$a[S.l.$cs.n.]$dl974$eManchester$gUnity Press

      The item has only the name of the printer. S.l.and s.n. are supplied.

      EX 10
      210 ##$aLondon, [etc.]$cO.U.P.$dl978-1981

      The agency preparing the record enters only the first place of publication. The item was published in separate volumes over a period of time.

      EX 11
      210 ##$aBombay$c[s.n.]$dl980 printing

      The date of printing is given in lieu of a date of publication and indicated as such.

      EX 12
      210 ##$aLondon$cEducational Record$dl973$aNew York$cEdcorp [distributor]$dl975

      EX 13
      210 ##$aGeneva$cWHO$aLondon$cdistributed by H.M.S.O.$dl970$hl973 printing

      EX 14
      210 ##$aBern$cBundeskanzlei$a= Berne$cChancellerie fédérale$dl974

      Both name and place of publisher are in more than one language.

      EX 15
      210 ##$aA Paris$cChez l'auteur$dAvec Privilège du Roy, 1700

      The item has a privilege date.

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      211 PROJECTED PUBLICATION DATE

      Field Definition

      This field contains the projected date of publication of an item. The field is used for CIP (Cataloguing In Publication) entries and similar advance records created from information provided by the publisher.

      Occurrence

      Optional. Not repeatable.

      Indicators

      Indicator 1: blank (not defined)
      Indicator 2: blank (not defined)

      Subfields

      $a Date
      The data should be recorded according to ISO 8601-1989 in all-numeric form without separators between year, month, and day, i.e. YYYYMMDD. Where day or month and day are unknown, those positions contain blanks. Not repeatable.

      Notes on Field Contents

      This is a temporary field, to be deleted when the record is updated.

      History

      Prior to Update 3 the recommended form was YYMMDD.

      Related Fields

      RECORD LABEL, Record Status (character position 5)
      210 PUBLICATION, DISTRIBUTION, ETC., subfield $d

      Examples

      In the following examples, the Record Label shows only the relevant character position 5, (Record Status).

      EX 1
      RECORD LABEL -----n------------------
      210 ##$aLondon$cFaber$dl999
      211 ##$a199911##
      A new CIP record for a work scheduled to be published in November 1999.

      RECORD LABEL -----p------------------
      210 ##$aLondon$cFaber$dl999
      The 211 field is deleted when the updated record for the work is issued after publication.

      EX 2
      RECORD LABEL -----n------------------
      210 ##$aNew York$cMacmillan$dl999
      211 ##$a199912##
      A new record for a work scheduled to be published in December 1999.

      RECORD LABEL -----p------------------
      210 ##$aNew York$cMacmillan$d2000
      The updated record for the same work. Publication was delayed.

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      215 PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

      Field Definition

      This field contains information on the physical characteristics of the item. This field corresponds to the ISBD Physical Description Area.

      Occurrence

      Optional. Repeatable when a separate physical description is needed to each component of a multimedia kit (EX 15).

      Indicators

      Indicator 1: blank (not defined)
      Indicator 2: blank (not defined)

      Subfields

      $a Specific Material Designation and Extent of Item
      The name of the specific type of material to which the item belongs (EX 3, 6, 7-14) and/or an indication of the number of pieces or constituent parts (EX 1, 2, 5). Repeatable (EX 8).

      $c Other Physical Details
      Physical data about an item other than that contained elsewhere in this field or in the notes fields, e.g. details of illustrative matter, whether an item has colour or sound, etc. (EX 9-10). Not repeatable.

      $d Dimensions
      The linear measurements of an item and/or (in the case of an item which requires equipment for its use) dimensions relevant to the use of the item (EX 9), and/or the bibliographic format of older printed books (EX 16). This subfield also includes details of any container (EX 15). Repeatable after repeats of $a (EX 8).

      $e Accompanying Material
      A brief description of any material accompanying the item being described, which is intended to be used with the item (EX 4,8). Repeatable.

      Notes on Field Contents

      The treatment of accompanying material will vary according to the cataloguer's view of its importance. Compare EX 4, 8, 15.

      Punctuation at subfield boundaries should not be entered in the field; however, within a subfield, any separating punctuation is entered (see especially EX 4). For further information on the data content of this field, refer to the relevant ISBD. The correspondence between this field and ISBD specifications is illustrated below.

      UNIMARC subfield

      Element name

      ISBD(G) section

      Preceding punctuation

      $a

      $c
      $d
      $e

      Specific material designation and extent of item
      Other physical details
      Dimensions
      Accompanying materials

      5.1

      5.2
      5.3
      5.4

      New area

      :
      ;
      +

      Related Fields

      105 CODED DATA FIELD: BOOKS, Illustration Codes (character positions 0-3)

      These character positions contain illustration codes that correspond to the illustration data in 215 $c.

      126 SOUND RECORDINGS: PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES

      130 CODED DATA FIELD: MICROFORMS: PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES

      307 NOTES PERTAINING TO PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

      Any detail concerning physical description which cannot be entered in field 215 may be entered as a note in field 307.

      Examples

      EX 1
      215 ##$a264 p., 24 leaves of plates$cill., 17 facs.$d21 cm$el map

      EX 2
      215 ##$ax, 32, 73 p., [1] leaf of plates$cmaps$d21 cm

      EX 3
      215 ##$al folder (6 p.)$cmaps, plans, charts, portraits$d21 x 30 cm

      EX 4
      215 ##$a3 vol. (49, 37, 18 p.)$cill., col.maps$d22 cm$esound disk (16 min): 33 1/3 rpm., mono., 17.5 cm

      EX 5
      215 ##$a35 S.$c16 graph. Darst.$d24 cm

      EX 6
      215 ##$al map$cboth sides, col.$d41 x 84 cm, folded to 22 x 10 cm

      EX 7
      215 ##$al globe$ccol., mounted on metal stand$d31 cm in diam.

      EX 8
      215 ##$al score(vi, 63p.)$d20cm.$al6 parts$d32 cm.$el booklet

      The main components are a score and 16 parts. The heights of these items differ. There is an accompanying booklet.

      EX 9
      215 ##$al film reel (20 min., 570 m)$cnitrate, b&w, si.$dl6 mm

      The item is a silent black and white 16mm. 20 minute film reel on a nitrate base. It is 570 metres long. The catalogue entry would appear as follows:

      1 film reel (20 min., 570 m) : nitrate, b&w, si. ; 16 mm

      EX 10
      215 ##$al videocassette (Umatic) (30 min.)$ccol., sd.

      The item is a colour videocassette in U-matic format, with sound, lasting 30 minutes.

      EX 11
      215 ##$al sound reel (100 min.)$c19 cm/s., 4 track, adjacent

      The item is a fourtrack sound reel with a playing time of 100 minutes at a speed of 19 cm./second. The track configuration is given.

      EX 12
      215 ##$al sound reel (50 min.)$c38 cm/s., 2 track, stereo, Dolby processed

      The item is a two-track stereo sound reel with a playing time of 50 minutes at a speed of 38 cm./second. A Dolby noise reduction system has been used.

      EX 13
      215 ##$al sound disc$c33 1/3 rpm, coarse

      The item is a sound disc with a playing speed of 33 1/3 rpm. The groove width is coarse.

      EX 14
      215 ##$al sound disc$c78 rpm, vertical

      The item is a sound disc with a playing speed of 78 rpm. The groove direction is vertical.

      EX 15
      215 ##$a3 filmstrips (96 fr.)$ccol.$d35 mm
      215 ##$a1 map$ccol.$d25x25 cm folding to 10x18 cm
      215 ##$a13 rocks and minerals$din container$d14x9x2 cm
      215 ##$a1 wallchart$ccol.$d48x90 folding to 24x15 cm

      EX 16
      215 ##$a340 p., 4 leaves of plates$cill.$d4to (19 cm.)

      The item is a book from the hand-press era.

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      225 SERIES

      Field Definition

      This field contains the title of the series along with any other title information and statements of responsibility relating to the title including any of the preceding repeated in other languages, in the form and sequence in which they appear on the item being catalogued. It corresponds to the ISBD Series Area.

      Occurrence

      Optional. Repeatable when an item is in more than one series.

      Indicators

      Indicator 1: Form of Title Indicator

      The access point form of the series should be recorded in a linking entry 410 field. This indicator specifies whether the series statement is the same as the access point form as recorded in field 410.

      0 Not the same as the established form

      The agency preparing the record considers the access point form in 410 differs from the series statement in 225 (EX 1, 6).

      1 No established form

      No access point form has been established: therefore there is no corresponding title in 410 (EX 2).

      2 Same as the established form

      The agency preparing the record considers the data in field 225 to be equivalent to the established form.

      In all cases it is recommended that any established form be entered in field 410.

      Indicator 2: blank (not defined)

      Subfields

      $a Series Title
      The title of the series in the form in which it appears on the item being recorded. Not repeatable.

      $d Parallel Series Title
      The title of the series in another language and/or script relating to the series title appearing in subfield $a. Repeatable for each additional parallel series title (EX 3).

      $e Other Title Information
      Subtitles and other title information that appear on the item subordinate to the series title in $a or $d or to the name of a part in $i (EX 4). Repeatable for each segment of other title information and for parallel other title information.

      $f Statement of Responsibility
      The statement of responsibility for a title appearing in $a or $d (EX 1) or for a numbered or named part within the series appearing in $h or $i (EX 5). Repeatable for additional statements of responsibility and for parallel statements of responsibility.

      $h Number of a Part
      The section or part number of the series in $a. Repeatable for each subsection or lower level division or for a parallel part number (EX 3).

      $i Name of a Part
      The section or part name of the subseries when the series entered in $a is divided into subseries. Repeatable for each lower level of subseries or for a parallel subseries name (EX 3, 5).

      $v Volume Designation
      The number of the item being recorded within the series entered in field 225, and any term used in the item to designate it, which may be in abbreviated form (EX 1, 2, 3, 4, 5). Repeatable (EX 3).

      $x ISSN of Series
      The ISSN of the series, entered as an 8-digit number with a hyphen between the 4th and 5th digits. The term ISSN is omitted and should be generated on output (EX 1). Repeatable when the series and subseries each has an ISSN.

      $z Language of Parallel Title
      Coded identification of the language of a parallel title that appears in a $d subfield (EX 3). If $d is repeated, this subfield is repeated, the languages identified reflecting tile order of the parallel titles. This subfield and any repetitions of it always come last in the field. See Appendix A for language codes.

      Notes on Field Contents

      ISBD information:

      The data in the field should be entered in the form and sequence as on the piece as specified in ISBD for the Series Area. Subfield $z is not an ISBD data element. The correspondence between this field and ISBD is illustrated below. The text within the ISBD series area is enclosed within parentheses '( )' which are not carried in the UNIMARC record.

      UNIMARC subfield

      Element name

      ISBD(G) section

      Preceding punctuation

      $a
      $d
      $e
      $f
      $h
      $i
      $v
      $x

      Series title
      Parallel series title
      Other title information
      Statement of responsibility
      Number of a part
      Name of a part
      Volume designation
      ISSN of series

      6.1
      6.2
      6.3
      6.4
      6.7
      6.7
      6.6
      6.5

      New area
      =
      :
      /
      .
      , if after $h, else .
      ;
      ,

      Parallel data:

      Parallel data appearing on the item, i.e. data appearing in another language or script, is denoted in ISBD by the use of equals sign followed by a space '= ' at the start of any block of parallel data. In UNIMARC '= ' is included in the data whenever required by ISBD, preceding and in the same subfield as the data to which it relates (EX 3, 6).

      Subfield content:

      This field is used only for the series belonging to the item whose title is entered in field 200. If the record is for an item which is a serial or series, field 225 is used only if that serial or series itself belongs to a series. The title of the serial or series being catalogued is entered in field 200 (see field 200, EX 3).

      When the source record does not contain the series title in the form as on the piece, no attempt should be made to create it from an established form of the series title. The established form may be entered in field 410 and a note on the series title may be created from it.

      When the record of a series has what may be either a subtitle or a subseries title but it is not possible to determine which of the two it is, prefer to code it as subfield $e Other title information. Number and name of part are one data element in ISBD and some source formats may not be able to distinguish. In these cases when converting to UNIMARC prefer $i to $h.

      Related Fields

      011 ISSN
      The ISSN of a series title entered in field 200 is entered in field 011. 225 $x relates only to the ISSN of a serial title in 225 $a or $i.

      410 SERIES
      The established form of a series title may be entered in a 200 field embedded in field 410.

      411 SUBSERIES
      The established form a subseries title may be entered in a 200 field embedded in field 411.

      461 SET
      Field 461 is used when an agency which uses a record structure that emphasises linking separate records for the data from various levels requires a reference to a record describing a serial.

      530 KEY TITLE
      If the series has a key title, it should not be entered in field 530 as that contains the key title of the work whose title is in 200$a. If the series has a key title, it may be noted in field 308.

      7-- INTELLECTUAL RESPONSIBILITY BLOCK
      If access is required to the name of any persons or bodies entered in subfield $f, the access form of the name should be entered in a 7-- field or in a 7-- field embedded in a field 410 or 411.

      Examples

      EX 1
      225 0#$aOccasional paper$fBritish Museum$x0412-4815$vno. 33
      410 #0$171002$aBritish Museum$12000#$aOccasional papers

      EX 2
      225 2#$aInternational series in the science of the solid state$vvol. 10
      225 1#$aPergamon international library

      Xray diffraction topology is in two series. The second is not used as an access point, so there is no established form equivalent to it (first indicator set to 1).

      EX 3
      225 2#$aEuropaische Hochschulschriften$hReihe I$iDeutsche Literatur und Germanistik$vBd. 298$d= Publications universitaires européennes$hSérie I$iLangue et littérature allemandes$vvol. 298$d= European university papers$hSeries I$iGerman language and literature$vvol. 298$zfre$zeng

      An item is vol. 298 of a subseries with parallel information in three languages. The title is the same as the established form.

      The ISBD display:

      (Europaische Hochschulschriften. Reihe I, Deutsche Literatur und Germanistik ; Bd. 298 = Publications universitaires européennes. Série I, Langue et littérature allemandes ; vol. 298 = European university papers. Series I, Germany language and literature ; vol. 298)

      EX 4
      225 2#$aExperimental biology and medicine$emonographs on interdisciplinary topics$vvol. 6

      EX 5
      225 2#$aAbhandlungen der Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Klasse$fAkademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur$vJahrg. 1976, Nr. 3

      EX 6
      225 0#$aWorld films$iFrance today$i= La France aujourd'hui

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      230 MATERIAL SPECIFIC AREA: ELECTRONIC RESOURCE CHARACTERISTICS

      Field Definition

      This field contains information on the file characteristics pertaining to the type and extent of a electronic resource.

      Occurrence

      Mandatory for electronic resources. Repeatable when the file characteristics of more than one electronic resource are described in a single record.

      Indicators

      Indicator 1: blank (not defined)
      Indicator 2: blank (not defined)

      Subfields

      $a Designation and extent of file.
      The designation of the file identifies the particular type of file(s) which constitutes the work and is given in the language of the bibliographic agency. Designation of type of file is mandatory.

      The extent of file consists of the number of files that make up the content of the data or the program. Additional measures of extent may be added as appropriate. The specific terms for extent of file are in the language of the bibliographic agency. Extent of file is optional.

      Not repeatable.

      Notes on Field Contents

      The field is equivalent to the ISBD(ER) Type and Extent of Resource Area. Each statement of extent is enclosed in parentheses after the designation of the file. The number of files constituting the content of the data or program is given in arabic numerals. The number of records and/or bytes may be given for a data file and the number of statements and/or bytes may be given for a program. When the number of files is given, this further statement of extent is introduced by a colon, space. For a multi-part file, the number of records and/or bytes or the number of statements and/or bytes may be given for each file. The number of records and/or bytes or the number of statements and/or bytes may be approximated (EX 5).

      Related Fields

      135 CODED DATA FIELDS: ELECTRONIC RESOURCES
      This field contains coded data relating to electronic resources.

      Examples

      EX 1
      230 ##$aComputer data

      EX 2
      230 ##$aComputer program (1 file: 1958 statements)

      EX 3
      230 ##$aComputer data (5 files) and programs (15 files)

      EX 4
      230 ##$aComputer data (3 files: 800 records, 3150 bytes) and computer data (7 files)

      EX 5
      230 ##$aComputer program (2 files: ca. 650 statements each)

      EX 6
      230 ##$aComputer data (2 files: 729 records each) and programs (3 files: 7260, 3450, 2518 bytes)

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