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Perl extension for handling MARC records

The MARC::* series of modules create a simple object-oriented abstraction of MARC record handling. The files are:

MARC::Doc::Tutorial A tutorial explaining how to use MARC::Record.

MARC::Record The core class for representing a single MARC record.

MARC::Field Another core class for representing a single field in a record.

MARC::Batch The basic object for access to a batch of one or more MARC records.

MARC::File Base class for the MARC file.

MARC::File::USMARC MARC::File::MicroLIF Subclasses of MARC::File specific to the USMARC and MicroLIF formats

MARC::Lint Extension to check MARC records for validity.



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Debian: gregor herrmann <>

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15 December 2013


License: artistic or gpl-1+

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 11 April 2018.


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Date 2015-07-17
Source Debian
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