In both the US and Canada, both catalog” and ”catalogue” are used, with ”catalogue” commonly used in government and traditional institutions and ”catalog commonly used in informal, business, retail, and computing contexts.
* card catalog
* library catalog
(en noun )
A systematic list of names, books, pictures etc.
A complete (usually alphabetical) list of items.
A list of all the publications in a library.
(US) A university calendar.
(computing, dated) A directory listing.
* 1983 , Helpline” (in ”Sinclair User issue 21)
, date=May 5
, author=Phil McNulty
, title=Chelsea 2-1 Liverpool
, work=BBC Sport
, passage=The Reds were on the back foot early on when a catalogue of defensive errors led to Ramires giving Chelsea the lead. Jay Spearing conceded possession in midfield and Ramires escaped Jose Enrique far too easily before scoring at the near post with a shot Reina should have saved.}}
* 2003 , “Brotha G”, Repairing Microdrive Cartridges” (on newsgroup ”comp.sys.sinclair )
- The program generates a catalogue of the files on the cartridge selected by the user, reads the catalogue into memory and erases the cartridge copy, so that an up-to-date copy is always generated.
- It has two extra options using extended syntax. CAT – an extended catalogue but not as detailed as some I’ve seen. ( The reason that the Spectrum CAT command is restricted is that it cleverly uses the 512 bytes data buffer of the microdrive channel to sort the filenames – hence the limit of 50 ten-character filenames )
To put into a catalogue.
To make a catalogue of.
To add items (e.g. books) to an existing catalogue.