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The infinite monkey theorem states that a monkey hitting keys at random on a typewriter keyboard for an In one of the forms in which probabilists now know this theorem, with its "dactylographic" [i.e., typewriting] monkeys (French: singes dactylographes; the French word singe covers both the. — “Infinite monkey theorem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
The title of this article as it now stands Borel's dactylographic monkey theorem does not express the concept as it it commonly known. I was just about to link dactylographic in the article to dactylography, as uncommon words should be linked. — “Talk:Infinite monkey theorem/Archive 1 - Wikipedia, the free”, en.wikipedia.org
The "infinite monkey theorem" is a popular misnomer for an idea from Émile Borel's book on probability, published in 1909. The book introduced the concept of "dactylographic monkeys" seated in front of typewriter keyboards and hitting keys at random. — “Wikipedia:Today's featured article/October 31, 2004”, en.wikipedia.org