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What is the difference between an ISBN, EAN, and UPC?

ISBN (photo by BillPe - CC-BY)The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a unique 10-digit number used to identify books and other products, such as calendars and greeting cards. It does not include a bar code, it is just a number. The EAN, or Bookland symbol, is 3-digits + the ISBN, making a 13-digit number and includes a bar code [more...]

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