CHICAGO — Indiana got an unexpected $288 million budget boost after detecting a computer programming error that failed to transfer revenue to the state’s general fund, Gov. Mitch Daniels announced Tuesday.

The state’s overall revenues, meanwhile, came in higher than expected last month for the fifth month in a row, putting collections $117 million over projections so far for the fiscal year, budget officials said.

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