I found a sentence:

The the more common mediums of cold storage are listed with some of their weaknesses.

What does the double "the" mean here? Is this a typo?

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  • It means you should beware of the the dog. – Hot Licks Mar 14 at 13:02
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    Typo. A little research would have helped you here. – Rory Alsop Mar 14 at 13:09
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    It means despite being a terrific band, The The didn't foresee the downside having a name that doesn't sit well with a world of Internet text searches. – FumbleFingers Mar 14 at 13:09
  • I still listen to Soul Mining from time to time. Great band. – Michael Harvey Mar 14 at 16:39

It's just a mistake. It doesn't mean anything to the sentence.

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