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One usually does this using the optional argument to \cite. \documentclass{IEEEtran} \begin{document} \cite[equation 1]{Andrews99} \bibliography{test} \bibliographystyle{IEEEtran} \end{document} Contents of test.bib: @book{Andrews99, author ="Andrews, G. E. and Askey, R. and Roy, R.", title ="Special Functions", publisher="Cambridge University Press", ...

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Just as an answer so the item can be closed. Since the OP use the natbib package, a comment above the bibliography can be added via \renewcommand\bibpreamble{Here is my note}

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The definition of \@citex is useless, because it's the same as the kernel's. You don't need to define \bibsection because you're not using natbib, nor you need to do \def\section*#1{}. The problem is, instead, in the fact that \@bibitem always writes numbers and you want a letter. Don't issue \selectlanguage in the preamble. Specify last the main language ...

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You need to add \labels to your bibliographys that you can refer to. Putting \label{bib:mem} in this position \renewcommand\bibname{Mémoires} \begin{thebibliography}{9}\label{bib:mem} will enable you to reference that point via \hyperref[bib:web]{Références web} Here is the code in your complete document with missing packages added: ...

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You can prevent notes to be printed in (full) citations by redefining how the note field is formatted. \DeclareFieldFormat{note}{\ifcitation{}{#1}} Given the example, a better solution would be to use the url and urldate fields, i.e., @misc{guardian2, author = {The Guardian}, title = {Cyprus banks remain closed to prevent run on deposits}, url = ...

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Is this what you seek? \documentclass{article} \usepackage{natbib} % following lines commented % \usepackage{paralist} % \makeatletter % \renewenvironment{thebibliography}[1] % {\bibsection\parindent\z@\begin{inparaitem}} % {\end{inparaitem}} % \makeatother \usepackage{hyperref} \hypersetup{ colorlinks = true, citecolor = blue, linkcolor = ...

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