C# class structures for reading and manipulating Library of Congress MARC records using the MARC21 standard. Based upon the PHP Pear package File_MARC (http://pear.php.net/package/File_MARC) by Dan Scott.

C# MARC Editor:

A full featured SQLite based editor for quickly modifying MARC records and exporting them to MARC21 or MARCXML.


  • Full featured GUI MARC Editor
  • Split large records into multiple files
  • Import records from Z30.50/SRU
  • Export records to CSV format
  • Easy find and replace with regular expressions
  • Convert raw MARC8, UTF8, or MARCXML records to easily manipulated C# objects, and back to raw
  • Records are broken down into native .Net List objects for easy use.
  • Add/Insert/Delete from each record's list objects to modify the record
  • Support for special characters and writing/reading the MARC8 Encoding format (Loosely tested, please give feedback)
  • Support for UTF-8 records
  • Source zip contains example code to help you get started.

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