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9.2 Insertion Commands

These two functions insert various strings into the reply buffer.

sc-insert-reference (C-c C-p w)
Inserts a reference header into the reply buffer at ‘point’. With no arguments, the header indexed by sc-preferred-header-style is inserted. An optional numeric argument is the index into sc-rewrite-header-list indicating which reference header to write.

With just the universal argument (C-u), electric reference mode is entered, regardless of the value of sc-electric-references-p.

sc-insert-citation (C-c C-p i)
Inserts the current citation string at the beginning of the line that ‘point’ is on. If the line is already cited, Supercite will issue an error and will not cite the line.