In large U.S. bibliographic databases, not all records are ISBD. I
think you can probably come up with reasonable punctuation through
coding in an ISBD universe. Punctuation before the mid 1970s was not
nearly so predictable.
Sherman Clarke - New York University - [log in to unmask]
> I fully agree Malcolm,
> That is what I loved about SAMARC, the punctuation was generated by the
> If we could do it in our small country, why can't they do it with USMARC?
> Francien Maritz.