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I want to write an article using gSCS2e.tex template available here with three authors with two addresses.

The template is given for two different authors, how to add one more author?

\documentclass{gSCS2e}

\begin{document}

\title{{\itshape Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation} \break \LaTeX\ style guide for authors (Style 2 + NLM reference style)}

\author{A.N. Author$^{\rm a}$$^{\ast}$\thanks{$^\ast$Corresponding author. Email: latex.helpdesk@tandf.co.uk
\vspace{6pt}} and I.T. Consultant$^{\rm b}$\\\vspace{6pt}  $^{a}${\em{Taylor \& Francis, 4 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, UK}};
$^{b}${\em{Institut f\"{u}r Informatik, Albert-Ludwigs-Universit\"{a}t, Freiburg,
Germany}}\\\received{v3.3 released October 2013} }

\maketitle

\end{document}
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The way this particular document class sets up the \author command is a bit idiosyncratic, to put it politely. Fortunately, it's not too difficult to (re)format the template code a bit and figure out where to place the names of further authors. In the example below, I add one extra author, named "R. A. Ndom", and I provide some dummy location information for Ms. Ndom. You'll observe that I recommend using \textsuperscript{a} instead of ^{\rm a}, etc.

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\documentclass{gSCS2e} % for Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation
\title{{\itshape Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation} \break 
\LaTeX\ style guide for authors (Style 2 + NLM reference style)}
\author{A. N. Author\textsuperscript{a}%
$^{\ast}$\thanks{$^\ast$Corresponding author. Email: latex.helpdesk@tandf.co.uk}, 
I. T. Consultant\textsuperscript{b},
and R. A. Ndom\textsuperscript{c}\\
\vspace{6pt}
\textsuperscript{a}{\em Taylor \& Francis, 4 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, UK};
\textsuperscript{b}{\em Institut f\"{u}r Informatik, Albert-Ludwigs-Universit\"{a}t, Freiburg,
Germany};
\textsuperscript{c}{\em Nowhere in particular}}
\received{v3.3 released October 2013} 
\begin{document}
\maketitle
\end{document}
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