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3_composition:annexes:bibliographie:references_biblio_multiples [2018/06/02 17:37]
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 tags: citations tags: citations
 permalink: /FAQ-mcite permalink: /FAQ-mcite
-date: 2014-06-10 
 --- ---
  
-A convention sometimes used in physics journals is to ''​collapse'' ​a group of+A convention sometimes used in physics journals is to "collapse" ​a group of
 related citations into a single entry in the bibliography. ​ BibTeX, related citations into a single entry in the bibliography. ​ BibTeX,
 by default, can't cope with this arrangement,​ but the [`mcite`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​mcite) by default, can't cope with this arrangement,​ but the [`mcite`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​mcite)
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 appear in the document as a single citation, and appear arranged appear in the document as a single citation, and appear arranged
 appropriately in the bibliography itself. ​ You're not limited to appropriately in the bibliography itself. ​ You're not limited to
-collapsing just two references. ​ You can mix ''​collapsed'' ​references +collapsing just two references. ​ You can mix "collapsed" ​references 
-with ''​ordinary'' ​ones, as in+with "ordinary" ​ones, as in
 ```latex ```latex
 \cite{paper0,​paper1,​*paper2,​paper3} \cite{paper0,​paper1,​*paper2,​paper3}
 ``` ```
-Which will appear in the document as 3&​nbsp;​citations ​''​[4,7,11]''​ +Which will appear in the document as 3&​nbsp;​citations ​"[4,7,11]" 
-(say)&​nbsp;&​mdash;​ citation ​''​4'' ​will refer to paper&​nbsp;​0, ​''​7'' ​will refer to a +(say)&​nbsp;&​mdash;​ citation ​"4" ​will refer to paper&​nbsp;​0, ​"7" ​will refer to a 
-combined entry for paper&​nbsp;​1 and paper&​nbsp;​2,​ and ''​11'' ​will refer to+combined entry for paper&​nbsp;​1 and paper&​nbsp;​2,​ and "11" ​will refer to
 paper&​nbsp;​3. paper&​nbsp;​3.
  
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 The [`mciteplus`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​mciteplus) package adresses many of the infelicites of The [`mciteplus`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​mciteplus) package adresses many of the infelicites of
-[`mcite`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​mcite). ​ Again, ​''​ordinary'' ​`bst` files will not+[`mcite`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​mcite). ​ Again, ​"ordinary" ​`bst` files will not
 work with [`mciteplus`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​mciteplus),​ but the package documentation explains work with [`mciteplus`](https://​ctan.org/​pkg/​mciteplus),​ but the package documentation explains
 how to patch an existing BibTeX style. how to patch an existing BibTeX style.
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