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call number

[′kȯl ‚nəm·bər]
(computer science)
In computer operations, a set of characters identifying a subroutine, and containing information concerning parameters to be inserted in the subroutine, or information to be used in generating the subroutine, or information related to the operands.
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During our first practice extraction, we discovered thousands of additional call numbers that were missing analytic subfields in Symphony.
415; USAFE Interim Report Operation Vittles, 30 Jun-30 Jul 1948, AFHRA Call number 572.101A, p.
Each set have markers with different call number representing each books.
The next place to check is the transposed version of the call number. For example, if a book is supposed to be in call number 658, check 568, 865, 856, etc.
5) 'Geographie' Jigsaw puzzles by Hyacinthe Langlois, 1841: Call number: Map rm 3827 (see 'Gateways' nla.gov.au/ntwkpubs/gw/72/map.html).
Once students learn how the library media center is organized through the use of a call number system, they have acquired knowledge that can be applied within any library setting to help them locate materials.
This collection represents a valuable addition to the AIATSIS Audiovisual Archive and complements existing material, including recordings collected by Sue Davenport documenting women's stories from the Canning Stock Route (call number: DAVENPORT_ S01).
Also, users can now choose to show report information using high-level grouping, which divides reports into four main call number categories: nonfiction, fiction, easy, and other.
"The nearest we would have to that is the local call number, which means that people can ring from anywhere in the country for the price of a local call.
They then receive a personal 0845 local-rate call number for distribution to friends and others and can begin immediately to receive messages in the web-based inbox.
The executing agency invites eligible firms (Call Number 007-99) to present sealed proposals for the supply of musical instruments to form school musical groups.
Keyword and Field searching is available for those fields currently indexed in GLAS including: Subject, Title, Author, Added Entry, Call Number, ISBN/ISSN, Publisher, and Year.