Errata Sheet

A sheet inserted or pasted into a book during binding containing corrections of errors discovered in the text after printing. The most interesting use of the errata sheet is described by physicist Murray Gell-Mann in his book The Quark and the Jaguar, where he reports having once seen a book-length collection of random numbers—which contained an errata sheet.

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