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Typos on a huge scale

Paul Ingraham

My website is sooooo big — I could do a whole series of posts that start this way — when I find the kind of typo that eludes spellcheck, I will now always do a full site search for it, and I almost always turn up several more examples of the same error.

Today’s example: “a least” instead of “at least.” There were five other occurrences of this error scattered around the site.

When you have way over a million words, and you’re always changing some of them, this kind of thing is going to happen quite a bit. 😜

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