David J Brooks wrote:

>and isbn is.

Improvisational Spelling, Brooks Notation.

Oh wait, it's really International Standard Book Number. It's a number
you assign to a book that makes it part of the international catalogue
of published works. It's needed if you hope for any kind of
distribution but also helps your book show up in Internet searches,
etc. You'll find the ISBN of a book listed on its copyright page and
usually also on the back cover (in the form of a barcode).

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