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What do the letters and numbers in parentheses in doujin names mean, examples include (C72) or (CT27)
for example, this one is (C74)
most of these are being downloaded from nhentai if that helps, and not all have these in the names
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They refer to the Comiket. That's a a rather large Doujin convention held in Tokyo twice a year. The last one was held last weekend and was called Comiket 93.
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>>15908972
To complement to what the other anon said, from the e-hentai wiki:

(C71) = Convention tag. In this case, Comic Market 71 or Comiket 71
(CSP5) = Comic Market Special 5
(COMIC13) = the 3rd COMIC1 Convention
(サンクリ40) (SC40) = Sunshine Creation 40
(Cレヴォ37) (CR37) = Comic Revolution 37
(コミコミ13) (ComiComi13) = Comic Communication 13
(こみトレ14) (CT14) = Comic Treasure 14
(コスカ19号店) (CosCafe19) = Costume Cafe 19

There's several more conventions (Like the Reitaisai for Touhou) and it has become the standard in the community to use that naming style, which would usually be something like this:

(C76) [circle (artist)] Title | Second Title (Parody) [Language] <Special Tags here>




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