data pack for Business::ISBN
DescriptionBusiness::ISBN::Data contains the data for Business::ISBN to do its work. It is current as per the version of this package. You can update Business::ISBN::Data independently of this module as the various ISBN organizations assign new publisher codes. The ISBN agency lists these data on their website at http://www.isbn-international.org/, and a current RangeMessage.xml file can be downloaded from http://www.isbn-international.org/agency?rmxml=1 and will be used by this module in preference of the included data when pointed to by the ISBN_RANGE_MESSAGE environment variable. Note, that as a historical artifact, some countries are actually language areas. For instance, country code 2 is "French", and includes several French-speaking countries.
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