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Fields and subfields

View all of the fields, subfields, index names, and index labels for the bibliographic record WorldCat indexes.

Word, phrase (entire subfield) and whole phrase (entire field) versions of indexes are distinguished by whether the two-letter index label is followed by a colon (:), or by an equal sign (=), or by a letter "w" and an equal sign, respectively. See Types of searches for a detailed explanation of word, phrase, and whole phrase indexes. Whole phrase indexes are available only in Connexion. FirstSearch has only one whole phrase index—the Subject heading index (sa=).

The fields and subfield groupings are listed in numerical tag order and within a tag group, in alphabetical order by index name. In the tables, you can click the name of a search index to view a detailed description of the index.

  • Leader
    Find the fields and subfields indexed, index names, and index labels for the Leader field.
  • 0xx fields
    Find the fields and subfields indexed, index names, and index labels for the 0xx fields.
  • 1xx fields
    Find the fields and subfields indexed, index names, and index labels for the 1xx fields.
  • 2xx fields
    Find the fields and subfields indexed, index names, and index labels for the 2xx fields.
  • 3xx fields
    Find the fields and subfields indexed, index names, and index labels for the 3xx fields.
  • 4xx fields
    Find the fields and subfields indexed, index names, and index labels for the 4xx fields.
  • 5xx fields
    Find the fields and subfields indexed, index names, and index labels for the 5xx fields.
  • 6xx fields
    Find the fields and subfields indexed, index names, and index labels for the 6xx fields.
  • 7xx fields
    Find the fields and subfields indexed, index names, and index labels for the 7xx fields.
  • 8xx fields
    Find the fields and subfields indexed, index names, and index labels for the 8xx fields.
  • 9xx fields
    Find the fields and subfields indexed, index names, and index labels for the 9xx fields.

 

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