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I'm trying to cite Intel Developer Manual. I'm a bit confused how should I cite it? Should I cite the Whole website with the link and access date? Or Should I cite a particular chapter that I used? What is the correct approach with BibTeX?

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  • You cite it like anything else, by its title, its author, its publication date, etc. – N.I. Apr 20 at 9:42
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In the bibliography, you can cite a manual as a publication, e.g.,

Intel (2016) Intel 64 and IA-32 Architectures Software Developer's Manual: Instruction Set Reference, A-Z, Volume 2 (2A, 2B, 2C & 2D).

In the main body, cite the relevant chapters, e.g., \cite[Chapter~3]{IntelManual}. Use the @manual tag in your BibTex file.

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