Differences between ISSN and ISBN

In Archive by Fredy Ore

What is the difference between ISSN and ISBN ?
ISSN are assigned to serial publications; ISBN are assigned to monographs (“books”). An ISSN can be assigned to a series of monographs as such; and an ISBN will be assigned to each separate book of the series.
ISBN stands for International Standard Book Number.
More information can be found at The ISBN system website. ::: http://www.isbn.spk-berlin.de/