Naming and numbering systems

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* [[International Standard Recording Code]]
 
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* [[ISBN]] (International Standard Book Number)
 
* [[ISO 3166-1 country code]]
 
* [[ISO 3166-1 country code]]
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* [[ISSN]] (International Standard Serial Number)
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* [[Macintosh type/creator code]]
 
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Latest revision as of 05:56, 2 December 2020

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Name Naming and numbering systems
Ontology
In the book of Genesis, Adam was tasked to assign names to all the animals. Ever since, humans have steadily been coming up with systems to name people, places, and things, or sometimes number them (I am not a number; I'm a human being!).

This section is for systems of assigning identifiers: names, numbers, and the like.

Most articles about naming systems are placed in the same category as the formats that use them, or the things that they name. But sometimes there is no more suitable category, so this category can be used as the primary category.

[edit] Naming and numbering systems

This list might not be complete. See also Category:Naming and numbering systems.

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