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Aktuelle Version vom 9. November 2019, 19:44 Uhr

Einfache Version

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Komplexe Version

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Hinweis: Du kannst bis zu 9 Autoren aufführen, indem die zusätzlichen Parameterfelder von last3, first3, author3-link bis last9, first9, author9-link verwendet werden, siehe unten.

Beispiele

Hinweis: Das kleine Symbol am Anfang jeder Referenz hat auch einen "REFbook"-MouseOver-Text, der Vorlagen-Entwicklern hilft, in großen Artikeln leichter herauszufinden, welche Vorlage für eine Referenz genutzt wurde. Es ist gut möglich, dass diese Symbole dauerhaft genutzt werden.

{{REFbook |title=Choices in Relationships: An Introduction to Marriage and the Family }}

REFbook Choices in Relationships: An Introduction to Marriage and the Family.

{{REFbook |last=Fleiss |first=Paul M. |title=Choices in Relationships: An Introduction to Marriage and the Family }}

REFbook Fleiss, Paul M.: Choices in Relationships: An Introduction to Marriage and the Family.

{{REFbook |last=Fleiss |first=Paul M. |author-link=Paul M. Fleiss |title=Choices in Relationships: An Introduction to Marriage and the Family }}

REFbook Fleiss, Paul M.: Choices in Relationships: An Introduction to Marriage and the Family.

{{REFbook |last=Fleiss |first=Paul M. |author-link=Paul M. Fleiss |year=2010 |title=Choices in Relationships: An Introduction to Marriage and the Family }}

REFbook Fleiss, Paul M. (2010): Choices in Relationships: An Introduction to Marriage and the Family.

{{REFbook |last=Fleiss |first=Paul M. |author-link=Paul M. Fleiss |last2=Hodges |first2=Frederick M. |author2-link=Frederick M. Hodges |year=2010 |title=Choices in Relationships: An Introduction to Marriage and the Family |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=iVOXAp27iQkC&pg=PT64 |work= |editor=Johnson, Joe |edition=11 |volume=2 |chapter=Second Marriage |pages=64 |location=New York |publisher=Book Publishers |isbn=9781111833220 |quote= |accessdate=2019-09-27 |note=}}

REFbook Fleiss, Paul M. / Frederick M. Hodges (2010): Second Marriage, in: Choices in Relationships: An Introduction to Marriage and the Family. Johnson, Joe (Hrsg.). Ausgabe: 11. Vol. 2. S. 64. New York: Book Publishers. ISBN 9781111833220. Abgerufen 27. September 2019.

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 |year=1999
 |title=The Millennium Bug
 |url=http:somedomain.org
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 |editor=[[Dan Bollinger]]
 |edition=1
 |volume=42
 |chapter=Why Microsoft calculates 101%
 |pages=42-88
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 |quote=Toby or not Toby.
 |accessdate=2019-09-28
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REFbook Denniston, George C. / Frederick M. Hodges / Marilyn Fayre Milos / Hugh Young / Leonard B. Glick / J. Steven Svoboda / Jim Bigelow / R. Wayne Griffiths (1999): Why Microsoft calculates 101%, in: The Millennium Bug. Werk: Reader's Digest. Dan Bollinger (Hrsg.). Ausgabe: 1. Vol. 42. S. 42-88. New York: Book Publishers. Zitat: Toby or not Toby.. ISBN 1234567890123. Abgerufen 28. September 2019.
Hinweis: Dies ist selbstverständlich keine echte Buch-Referenz.

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