Corrections supplied after publication, usually in the form of tipped in slips
A list of errors within the content of a book. Often encountered in a small sheet of paper laid into a book.
Minor errors in microprocessor design that are corrected with a new stepping of the processor. The difference between errata and a serious defect is really...
From the Latin word for "mistakes". On a book's errata slip, which is often tipped in, may be listed those mistakes which were caught before the book was released, but too late for corrections to be made in the printed text.
Latin for errors, the term is used in reference to a loose sheet listing the errors, which appear in a printed book and were discovered following its printing, and corrections. The list usually is printed on a tip-in and inserted loose into the volume, or sent later for insertion. Also termed errata sheet. See also TIP-IN
A list of corrections to a work, more properly called a corrigenda.
A loose sheet in which the errors found in a printed book are listed.
An acknowledgement of a printing error. to top
Errors or misprints discovered after a book has been printed. A list of errata may have been printed on a spare page, or part of a page, or on a slip tipped-in.
Sheet of corrections printed after a publication has already been published and sent to those who purchased the publication so errors can be corrected.
Or errata slip. Corrections made to a book after printing and binding but before distribution are noted on an errata slip and loosely placed within the book's pages.
A loose sheet detailing errors found in a printed book.
Errors in a book. Sometime you will find in the book a Errata Slip, which is a small sheet of paper making note of the errors. This is generally done by the publisher before the book goes to publication. [Back to the Top
This refers to minor errors in hardware, software and literature.
A list of errors and their corrections or additions to the printing, found after book has been printed, usually on separate sheet or slip of paper. The plural of erratum. (Note: If the slip of paper does not make a correction, but rather supplies additional information, it is called an “addenda slip”.)
mistakes and misprints in the text or contents discovered after a book has been printed. Often the publisher will print and include an errata slip, indicating the errors with their locations and corrections.
a list of misprints or errors.
A list of errors in a book which are of sufficient importance to be called to the attention of the reader.
Errors, usually in the text
A list of corrections for the curriculum.
Mistakes or errors. Generally encountered in the term "errata slip," a small sheet of paper laid into a book by a publisher who has discovered errors prior to publication.
Mistakes found after the book has been printed. An errata slip is usually laid in. Also called "corrigenda".