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Takes a LaTeX *.aux file as its first argument. Outputs a sorted, unique list of all citekeys from the original document. Useful for e.g., copying formatted bibliographic entries to a new document manually. Written when I was taking Chapter 5 of my PhD thesis and turning it into a paper.
< $1 grep \\citation | cut -c 10- | sed -e "s/[{},]/\n/g" | sed -e "/^$/d" | sort -u
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