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Using BibTeX to make a list of references without having citations in the body of the document?

I got the task to show my whole bibliography to my teacher and I'm not sure she is happy to handle a .bib file. So I try to print them into a PDF. At first I tried a normal LaTeX bibliography, but the problem is, that LaTeX wants to be smart about it and only uses the .bib entries that are actually used in citations. Do I have other options to get the whole library printed? Citing all entries from my library will be quite a hassle, because there are a lot.

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Use

\nocite{*}

to reference all the content of your .bib file without actually citing every single reference.

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