Up to four (4) one-character alphabetic codes (recorded in alphabetical order)that indicate the presence of types of illustrations in the item. If fewer than four alphabetic codes are assigned, the codes are left justified and unused positions contain blanks (#).
One-character alphabetic code that describes the intellectual level of the target audience for which the material is intended.
One-character alphabetic code that specifies the form of material for the item.
Eye-readable print, such as a photocopy.
Up to four one-character codes that indicate whether a significant part of the item is or contains certain types of material. If fewer than four codes are assigned, the codes are left justified and unused positions contain blanks (#).
Abstracts or summaries of other publications. Not used when a publication includes an abstract or summary of its own content.
Also includes lists of collectible objects, such as stamps and coins, or trade catalogs, etc. For catalogs of books, sound recordings, or motion pictures, code b (Bibliographies), code k (Discographies), or code q (Filmographies), are given with code c.
Index to bibliographical material other than itself.
Full or partial texts of enactments of legislative bodies, published either in statute or in code form, or texts of rules and regulations issued by executive or administrative agencies.
Thesis, dissertation, or work identified as having been created to satisfy the requirements for an academic certification or degree.
Composed entirely of authored surveys that summarize what has been published about a subject.
Devoted entirely to critical reviews of published or performed works (e.g., books, films, sound recordings, theater).
Treaty or accord negotiated between two or more parties to settle a disagreement, establish a relationship, grant rights, etc.
Publication that originally was published as an article in a monograph or a serial and that is also issued separately and independently. Includes preprints and postprints.
One-character code that indicates whether or not the item is published or produced by or for an international, national, state, provincial, or local government agency, or by any subdivision of such a body.
One-character code that indicates whether the item consists of the proceedings, reports, or summaries of a conference.
One-character code that indicates whether the item is a festschrift.
One-character numeric code that indicates whether the item includes an index to its own contents.
Contains a blank (#) or a fill character (|).
One-character code used to indicate the literary form of an item. Numeric codes 0 and 1 provide a generic identification of whether or not the item is a work of fiction. Alphabetic codes may be used to identify specific literary forms.
Humorous work, satire, or of similar literary form.
Single letter or collection of correspondence.
Short story or collection of short stories.
Represents a variety of literary forms (e.g., poetry and short stories).
One-character alphabetic code that indicates whether or not an item contains biographical material, and if so, what the biographical characteristics are.