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5 -- Extent of holdings block

Definition and scope of fields

The Extent of Holdings Block defines fields for recording information about extent data elements of the items held by the institution identified in 252 field. Data elements are divided into the four groups of fields that describe captions and pattern, enumeration and chronology, textual holdings information and item information. These fields cater for four types of items as defined in the Record Label, i.e. single-part items, multipart items, serial items and integrating resources, although the most important application is for serial and integrating resources holdings. Within each set of fields, separate fields are defined for three categories, i.e. basic bibliographic unit, supplementary materials and indexes.

The following fields are defined:

Punctuation

ISO 10324 prescribes the following punctuation for the extent of holding:

Symbol Name Purpose Example
: Colon Separates the first and second levels of hierarchical bibliographical units. Blanks are not used before or after the colon. v. 1:pt.1
, Comma Indicates a gap in a range of holdings. Blanks are not used before or after the comma. v.1,v.3
/ Diagonal (slash) Indicates combined numbering, combined chronology or non-calendar year chronology data. Blanks are not used before or after the diagonal. v.1/2

1969/1970

= Equal sign Separates alternative numbering schemes. Blanks are not used before or after the equal sign. v.2:no.5 =

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- Hyphen Indicates an unbroken range of holdings at the same hierarchical level or open holdings. Blanks are not used before or after the hyphen. v.1-3
<> Angle brackets Encloses the Specific Extent Note. The opening angle bracket is always preceded by a blank; the closing angle bracket is always followed by a blank. #<Water- damaged>#
; Semicolon Separates two levels of hierarchical bibliographic units below the second level. Blanks are not used before or after the semicolon. v.1:no.3;pt.6
? Question mark Indicates an unknown final digit of a date. 1950-197?
“ ” Quotation marks Enclose the Name of Unit. The opening quotation mark is always preceded by a blank; the closing quotation mark is always followed by a blank. #”index”#
? ? Square brackets Enclose supplied enumeration or chronology. The opening square bracket is always preceded by a blank; the closing square bracket is always followed by a blank. Optionally, encloses enumeration for incomplete parts. #?1981/1982?#
( ) Parentheses Separate enumeration and chronology when data are recorded together. Parentheses are neither preceded nor followed by a blank. v.1(1983)
+ Plus sign Optionally, separates a bas ic bibliographic unit from a subsequent one or from a secondary bibliographic unit. Blanks are used before and after a plus sign. #1 booklet#+#

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# [6] Blank Used in examples to indicate separation of data v.1-9#10# elements within an area. <Tables>#11#<Index>

[6] - In ISO 10324 the blank is indicated by the sign “b” with slash superimposed.

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