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I'm creating a library and need help with how do I assign each book a number using the dewey decimal system?

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Hi did this as a project at University. All books have a ISBN number that is unique to every book .
Usually library uses the first three letters for the Authors surname
and then a three digit code .
if using a data base you would either assign field with Alpha numeric or have two fields one alpha number is and the other as numeral .
ISBN would be a good field to have also

maybe you could ask a local library how they do their numbering
or look at
https://www.library.illinois.edu/infosci/research/guides/dewey/

Posted on Jan 17, 2019

  • Zainab Siddiqi
    Zainab Siddiqi Jan 17, 2019

    What if my subjects are not conventional? I mean I'm having trouble assigning them to a particular category in the dewey system

  • PhantomLib Feb 04, 2019

    OCLC has an "experimental" page that takes an ISBN and shows what DEWEY or LC number other libraries have assigned to it. I find I agree with this around 90% of the time. Look athttp://classify.oclc.org/classify2/ and put the ISBN in the Standard number field.

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SOURCE: c++ programs using class declaration

a c++ program to convert decimal numbers to other number systems

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SOURCE: Lost my instruction book for

Press left-shift [FDISP]. [FDISP] is the yellow-shift of the . (decimal point) key.

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SOURCE: specific information about dewey decimal system.

You can find the info that you would like on the links below.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Dewey_Decimal_classes

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dewey_Decimal_Classification

http://www.monroe.lib.in.us/childrens/ddchow.html

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SOURCE: Convert the following binary number system to decimal number system.a) 1110111.11001 b) 101010.1001

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary_Number_System

-[> Counting in Binary + Fractions in Binary

http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090319090054AArnUCd

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