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Sometimes it is nice to print the full reference "on the spot", instead of in a reference section, like the fullcite command (or the verbose style) in biblatex:

\fullcite[knuth] --> Knuth, Donald Ervin. The Tex Book. ... etc.

The printing of a "References" section in the end should be optional.

Is that possible using optex?

Perhaps a MWE could be like:

\fontfam[Termes]
\nonumcitations

\fullcite[optextug] % full cites
\cite[optextug] --- \rcite[optextug] % regular author-date
\nocite[*]
\usebib/s (iso690) op-biblist % printing optional
\end

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You can find a solution in OpTeX tricks and tips section. You can copy and paste their code and use their fullcite command (as well as readbib)

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