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Find the fields, subfields, notes, and product availability for the Other Class Number number (ot:) and number phrase (ot=) indexes.
Number (ot:)
  Connexion FirstSearch WorldShare and WorldCat Discovery
Label ot: --- ot:
Search? Yes --- Yes
Browse? Yes --- ---
Examples If data is KB110.5.c5 1988 search as:
  • ot:kb110.5.c5 1988
    Or
  • ot:kb110
--- If data is KB110.5.c5 1988 search as:
  • ot:kb110.5.c5 1988
    Or
  • ot:kb110
Fields/Subfields
  • 055 a (if indicator 2 = 6, 7, 8, or 9)
  • 084 a
---
  • 055 a (if indicator 2 = 6, 7, 8, or 9)
  • 084 a
Qualifier index? No --- No
Notes
  • Enter all numbers and letters.
  • Retains periods, minus-hyphens, and plus signs.
  • Deletes and concatenates all parentheses and apostrophes.
  • Replaces all other punctuation marks with a space.
  • All spaces are retained.
  • Scan index from the Command Line Search by entering the Scan command (sca), the index label with appropriate punctuation, and the term, and then clicking Search (example: sca ot:kb112554). For more information, see Browse (scan an index).
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  • Enter all numbers and letters
  • Retains periods, minus-hyphens, and plus signs.
  • Deletes and concatenates all parentheses and apostrophes.
  • Replaces all other punctuation marks with a space.
  • All spaces are retained
  • Contains data from your local bibliographic data records.
Number Phrase (ot=)
  Connexion FirstSearch WorldShare and WorldCat Discovery
Label ot= --- ot=
Search? Yes --- Yes
Browse? Yes --- ---
Examples If data is KB110.5.c5 1988 search as:
  • ot=kb110.5.c5 1988
--- If data is KB110.5.c5 1988 search as:
  • ot=kb110.5.c5 1988
Fields/Subfields
  • 055 a (if indicator 2 = 6, 7, 8, or 9)
  • 084 a
---
  • 055 a (if indicator 2 = 6, 7, 8, or 9)
  • 084 a
Qualifier index? No --- No
Notes
  • Enter all numbers and letters
  • Retains periods, minus-hyphens, and plus signs.
  • Deletes and concatenates all parentheses and apostrophes.
  • Replaces all other punctuation marks with a space.
  • All spaces are retained
  • Scan index from the Command Line Search by entering the Scan command (sca), the index label with appropriate punctuation, and the term, and then clicking Search (example: sca ot=847SShA). For more information, see Browse (scan an index).
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  • Enter all numbers and letters
  • Retains periods, minus-hyphens, and plus signs.
  • Deletes and concatenates all parentheses and apostrophes.
  • Replaces all other punctuation marks with a space.
  • All spaces are retained

 

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