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I'm trying to cite several papers using \cite{A,B,C} and the result is "A (2020), B (2020), C(2020)".

Is there a way to automatically add "and" in the list, so that the result will be "A (2020), B (2020), and C(2020)"?

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    Hi, welcome to TeX.SE! This should be handled by the bibliography style you're using. Can you share a short example of your code?
    – chsk
    Apr 17 at 9:16

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