Detailed Explanation Of Typographical Error Along With The Examples
A Typographical error (often shortened to typo), is also called a misprint, is a mistake made in typing of printed documents. The term includes error due to the mechanical failure or mistake by hand or finger, but it excludes the error of ignorance. Most typos involve simple duplication, transposition, or substitution of a small number of characters on a text page.
Cyber-squatting is a sub of typo-squatting that relies on the typographic error made by users of the Internet. An example of this is exampie.com instead of example.com, which could potentially be harmful to the user.When using a typewriter without correction tape, typos commonly overstruck with another character such as a slash.