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Citing a range of papers (using numeric keys)?

In Latex I am using BibTex for the bibliography and use \bibliographystyle{unsrt} to manage my references.

When I use multiple references i.e. \cite{article1,article2,article3} I would love to see this appear in the text as:

blah blah [1-3] blah blah

instead I get:

blah blah [1, 2, 3] blah blah

I use the format of \bibliographystyle{unsrt} because it numbers the references in the order they appear and would like to keep this feature but I could be flexible on which style I use.

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marked as duplicate by Charles Stewart, Willie Wong, Lev Bishop, Caramdir, lockstep Apr 6 '11 at 20:49

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Dupe of tex.stackexchange.com/questions/3871/… I think –  Joseph Wright Apr 6 '11 at 7:18

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\usepackage{cite} should do the trick

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Thanks that did the trick! –  user4698 Apr 6 '11 at 7:24