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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Standard_Book_Number

The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a unique numeric commercial book ..... Only the term "ISBN" should be used; the terms "eISBN" and "e-ISBN" have historically been sources of confusion and should be avoided. If a book exists ...

www.isbn.org/faqs_general_questions

The ISBN can be translated into a worldwide compatible bar code format.

www.isbn-international.org/content/what-isbn

An ISBN is an International Standard Book Number. ... An ISBN is essentially a product identifier used by publishers, booksellers, libraries, internet retailers and  ...

www.isbn-us.com/faqs

Information regarding ISBN number for books. Complete breakdown of ISBN number system and barcode. ... What is an ISBN and how is it used? ISBN stands  ...

www.thebookdesigner.com/2010/03/isbn-for-self-publishers-answers-to-20-of-your-questions

Mar 17, 2010 ... One of the areas that I get the most questions about is the use of the ISBN, the unique numeric identifier that's used around the world to identify ...

www.abebooks.com/books/search-number-code-10-13-digit/ISBN.shtml

Search for new and books and textbooks by ISBN on AbeBooks. ... Watch Video: How to Search for Textbooks by ISBN. What is ... Used Book Curated by 3 null.

www.abebooks.com/docs/what-is-an-isbn

ISBN The ISBN (International Standard Book Number) is a 10- or 13-digit number used for identification. An ISBN is unique to every book, so it is the best way to ...

authormaps.com/why-book-needs-isbn

Nov 30, 2011 ... Note that an ISBN is not identical to a barcode either. Barcodes were first used in a supermarket in Troy, Ohio thirty-seven years ago. The first ...

www.millcitypress.net/author-learning-center/whats-an-isbn

If you want to create a paperback, MOBI, and EPUB, you'll need three ISBNs for the same title. That may seem like a lot, but ISBNs are used to track book sales, ...

www.myidentifiers.com/help/isbn

If changing the cover of a book, does a new ISBN have to be assigned? .... No, once a title is published with an ISBN on it, the ISBN can never be used again.