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I am having the references list as;

@article{ahmed2016revisiting,
title={Revisiting double Dirac delta potential},
author={Ahmed, Zafar and Kumar, Sachin and Sharma, Mayank and Sharma, Vibhu},
journal={European Journal of Physics},
volume={37},
number={4},
pages={045406},
year={2016},
publisher={IOP Publishing}
}

@article{kumar2017spectral,
title={Spectral statistics for ensembles of various real random matrices},
author={Kumar, Sachin and Ahmed, Zafar},
journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:1704.02715},
year={2017}
}

Could Anyone please help me, that How to generate the list out of it.

P.S.: I tried several posts related to that, but didn't get the desired result!

  • Without a MWE, we cannot really help you. Moreover, this page tells you how to manage a bibliography with BibTeX. – KersouMan Apr 11 at 7:38
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    tex.stackexchange.com/q/63852/35864 might be an interesting read if you want to know more about BibTeX and why you need to call an external program. – moewe Apr 11 at 7:54
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For a minimal running example you can do the following.

Save the above references in a file, e.g. mybib.bib.

In the same directory create a file, e.g. file.tex containing

\documentclass{article}

\begin{document}

\nocite{*}

\bibliographystyle{plain}
\bibliography{mybib}

\end{document}

Now run the following commands from the shell in the directory of your files

pdflatex file
bibtex file
pdflatex file
pdflatex file

The output will be a file file.pdf which displays as

Sample output

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