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An erratum is a correction made to a published text to rectify errors found in a book, article, or other published work after it has been printed or made publicly available. These corrections are usually listed in a separate section or page within the publication, accompanied by the date of the correction and the nature of the error.

Publishers and authors issue errata to ensure that readers are aware of and can correct any inaccuracies or mistakes in the original text. Errata plays a crucial role in maintaining the accuracy and credibility of published works.

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