errata errata


  • (n) a mistake in printed matter resulting from mechanical failures of some kind


  1. Economical, she disliked reprinting the whole volume; honest she listed the errata on a separate leaf.
  2. But the editors hope that his vigorous defense of their shortcomings will not discourage the honest critics who locate errata and write letters that speak out so eloquently.
  3. The questions went like this:Pick out the item which violates a positive rule or characteristic of the other five: alumni data errata saga.



  1. "Yeah, x86 errata get more attention," said Torvalds. "But those things are pretty damn well tested. Better than most."
    on Jul 1, 2007 By: Linus Torvalds Source: DailyTech

  2. "The biggest change that Intel can make moving forward is to ensure that every microcode update discloses exactly which errata number was fixed. And perhaps help operating systems vendors have enough information so that they can probe each chip to...
    on Jun 29, 2007 By: Theo de Raadt Source: CRN

  3. "Assembling pages of errata for my editor was a pain in the ass and very hard to use comprehensibly, especially when I got thoughts from readers in no particular order," Doctorow said. "Wikis let my readers self-organize it, and that's pretty...
    on Nov 15, 2005 By: Cory Doctorow Source: ZDNet

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