Frank da Cruz <firstname.lastname@example.org> asked:
>Hi, and apologies for sending this to the whole list. While waiting for
>my Unicode 2.0 books to arrive, I suddenly need a complete bibliographic
>reference for them (publication deadline looming close) -- can someone
>supply it? Thanks!
Here is the Cataloging-in-Publication data created by the Library of
The layout here is the Long format of RLG's Eureka system; all the data
elements are identified. Rearrange them as needed to suit your editor's
preferred citation layout (e.g., Chicago Manual of Style).
TITLE: The Unicode standard, version 2.0 / the Unicode Consortium.
PUBLISHED: Reading, MA : Addison-Wesley Developers Press, 1996.
PROJECTED PUB DATE: 9607.
PHYSICAL DETAILS: p. cm.
OTHER AUTHORS: Unicode Consortium.
SUBJECTS: Character sets (Data processing)
NOTES: Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Citations may be downloaded from Eureka in various prepackaged formats
(EndNote, Refer, BixIX, NoteBook and ProCite) for importation into a
bibliography, or in comma delimited form.
Information about Eureka and demonstration access is available at RLG's Web
-- Joan Aliprand
Research Libraries Group (a Full Member of the Unicode Consortium)
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