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I have a document that is using natbib via the following usepackage command:

\usepackage[numbers,square,comma,sort&compress]{natbib}

When I cite multiple papers using the citep command, I get spaces between each of the numbers. For example, the following citation:

\cite{aldrich05,gudmundson01}

Gives me the following in-text output:

[5, 12]

However, I would like it to read:

[5,12]

Is there a way to accomplish this?

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Try the following in your preamble:

\makeatletter
\def\NAT@def@citea{\def\@citea{\NAT@separator}}
\makeatother
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\makeatletter
\def\NAT@spacechar{}
\makeatother
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This actually works but has the side effect of making the citet command look funny. – Raffi Khatchadourian Jan 24 '11 at 18:26
    
Great!, this deletes the space between the author and year in author-year style which I needed :) . – LlavDem Feb 28 at 18:59

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