LaTeX What is the omission command

Introduction to LaTeX

Citations with \ (\ LaTeX \) and \ (Bibtex \)

For direct quotations in the text, the quotation marks \ glqq (left German quotation mark ") and \ grqq (right German quotation mark") are used, if necessary followed by a protected space, in LaTeX the tilde ~). Quotation marks within direct quotations become \ glq (single left German quotation mark `) and \ grq (single right German quotation mark‘). Typos in a quotation are indicated by [sic!], Omissions by [...].

Long quotations are indented and printed with a single line spacing in a smaller font size, which you can easily do with the command \ langeszitat {...}.

The commands we have defined for specifying sources are \ quote {...} {...} for direct and \ indirect {...} {...} for indirect evidence. (This difference only exists with nonmint footnote citation, in the mint citation there is no command \ indirect.) The first of the two arguments is the abbreviation given in the Bibtex literature file, the second the page number on which the citations can be found are. This can also be left blank if, for example, an entire book is to be specified (the curly brackets must be!), Or filled with other information, such as "especially in Chapter 3". The first argument can also contain several abbreviations separated by commas, then several references are made in a footnote (the second argument should be left empty in this case).