Bibliographic details for "concatenate_strings_in_input_file"

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Citation styles for "concatenate_strings_in_input_file"

APA style

Anonymous Contributors (1970). concatenate_strings_in_input_file. Topas Wiki. Retrieved 09:35, 29 September, 2020 from http://topas.dur.ac.uk/topaswiki/doku.php?id=concatenate_strings_in_input_file&rev=0.

MLA style

“concatenate_strings_in_input_file.” Topas Wiki. 1 Jan 1970, 01:00 BST. 29 Sep 2020, 09:35 <http://topas.dur.ac.uk/topaswiki/doku.php?id=concatenate_strings_in_input_file&rev=0>.

MHRA style

Anonymous Contributors, ‘concatenate_strings_in_input_file’, Topas Wiki, 1 January 1970, 01:00 BST, <http://topas.dur.ac.uk/topaswiki/doku.php?id=concatenate_strings_in_input_file&rev=0> [accessed 29 September 2020]

Chicago style

Anonymous Contributors, “concatenate_strings_in_input_file,” Topas Wiki, http://topas.dur.ac.uk/topaswiki/doku.php?id=concatenate_strings_in_input_file&rev=0 (accessed September 29, 2020).

CBE/CSE style

Anonymous Contributors. concatenate_strings_in_input_file [Internet]. Topas Wiki; 1970 Jan 1, 01:00 BST [cited 2020 Sep 29]. Available from: http://topas.dur.ac.uk/topaswiki/doku.php?id=concatenate_strings_in_input_file&rev=0.

Bluebook style

concatenate_strings_in_input_file, http://topas.dur.ac.uk/topaswiki/doku.php?id=concatenate_strings_in_input_file&rev=0 (last visited September 29, 2020).

AMA style

Anonymous Contributors. concatenate_strings_in_input_file. Topas Wiki. January 1, 1970, 01:00 BST. Available at: http://topas.dur.ac.uk/topaswiki/doku.php?id=concatenate_strings_in_input_file&rev=0. Accessed September 29, 2020.

BibTeX entry

 @misc{ wiki:xxx,
   author = "Anonymous Contributors",
   title = "concatenate_strings_in_input_file --- Topas Wiki",
   year = "1970",
   url = "http://topas.dur.ac.uk/topaswiki/doku.php?id=concatenate_strings_in_input_file&rev=0",
   note = "[Online; accessed 29-September-2020]"
 }

When using the LaTeX package url (\usepackage{url} somewhere in the preamble), which tends to give much more nicely formatted web addresses, the following may be preferred:

 @misc{ wiki:xxx,
   author = "Anonymous Contributors",
   title = "concatenate_strings_in_input_file --- Topas Wiki",
   year = "1970",
   url = "\url{http://topas.dur.ac.uk/topaswiki/doku.php?id=concatenate_strings_in_input_file&rev=0}",
   note = "[Online; accessed 29-September-2020]"
 }

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