History of catalogue codes - library catalogue code, Other Management

HISTORY OF CATALOGUE CODES :

The 19th century marks the beginning of code making. Since it is not easy to make a complete survey, we will introduce you to a select number of codes that belong to the Anglo-American family of codes. Additionally, we will also examine three other codes, viz., a German Code (Prussian Instructions), an Italian code (Vatican Rules) and Ranganathan's Classified Catalogue Code.  

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