Cite package and spaces


A helpful LaTeX package for improved citation is the cite package. It provides sorted lists of citations and is able to mix numeric and alphabetic citations.

Using this package, the \cite command will per default enter a space if it is used directly next to a letter. This unfortunately is a problem when using the cite command in this fashion:
(\cite{myBibEntry}, p. 97)
Per default, this would result in an output that looks somehow like this:
( [16], p. 97)

To prevent this, you have to load the package with its noadjust option:
\usepackage[noadjust]{cite}

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