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Is it possible to set \address[C], \address[D], and \address[E] in one line, I mean all of 3 addresses on one single line, rather than having each of them on one single line? Thanks.

\documentclass{IOS-Book-Article}

\begin{document}

\begin{frontmatter}              % The preamble begins here.

\title{Some definitions}
\author[A,B,C]{\fnms{John} \snm{Marc}}%
,
\author[B,D]{\fnms{Peter} \snm{Wolf}}
,
\author[B,E]{\fnms{Dean} \snm{Boy}}

\address[A]{University of \LaTeX, Higher Institute lab}
\address[B]{Some University}

\address[C]{\tt{johnmarc@gmail.com}}
\address[D]{\tt{peterwolf@gmail.com}}
\address[E]{\tt{deanboy@gmail.com}}
\end{frontmatter}

\end{document}
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    If you're using the class for a submission, leave the decision to the class; otherwise, don't use it.
    – egreg
    Jul 13, 2016 at 14:51
  • I understand that. But I wish I could know how to technically do such thing. I have tried it myself and could not. One day that can do useful elsewhere. Thanks.
    – cProg
    Jul 13, 2016 at 14:55
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I found a simple solution, the use of \mbox command as follow:

\documentclass{IOS-Book-Article}

\begin{document}

\begin{frontmatter}              % The preamble begins here.

\title{Some definitions}
\author[A,B,C]{\fnms{John} \snm{Marc}}%
,
\author[B,D]{\fnms{Peter} \snm{Wolf}}
,
\author[B,E]{\fnms{Dean} \snm{Boy}}

\address[A]{University of \LaTeX, Higher Institute lab}
\address[B]{Some University}

\mbox{    
\address[C]{\tt{johnmarc@gmail.com}}
\address[D]{\tt{peterwolf@gmail.com}}
\address[E]{\tt{deanboy@gmail.com}}}
\end{frontmatter}

\end{document}

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