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3_composition:annexes:bibliographie:grouper_des_references_bibligraphiques_multiples2 [2018/06/03 00:21]
d.p.carlisle
3_composition:annexes:bibliographie:grouper_des_references_bibligraphiques_multiples2 [2018/06/03 16:20]
samcarter
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 If you give LaTeX If you give LaTeX
 `\cite{fred,​joe,​harry,​min}`,​ its default commands could give `\cite{fred,​joe,​harry,​min}`,​ its default commands could give
-something like ''​[2,6,4,3]''​;+something like "[2,6,4,3]";
 this looks awful. ​ One can of course get the things in order by this looks awful. ​ One can of course get the things in order by
 rearranging the keys in the `\cite` command, but who wants to do rearranging the keys in the `\cite` command, but who wants to do
-that sort of thing for no more improvement than ''​[2,3,4,6]''​?+that sort of thing for no more improvement than "[2,3,4,6]"?
  
 The [`cite`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​cite) package sorts the numbers and detects consecutive The [`cite`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​cite) package sorts the numbers and detects consecutive
-sequences, so creating ​''​[2&​ndash;​4,​6]''​.  The [`natbib`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​natbib) package,+sequences, so creating ​"[2&​ndash;​4,​6]".  The [`natbib`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​natbib) package,
 with the `numbers` and `sort&​compress` options, will with the `numbers` and `sort&​compress` options, will
 do the same when working with its own numeric bibliography styles do the same when working with its own numeric bibliography styles
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