(725 ILCS 5/111-5) (from Ch. 38, par. 111-5)
    Sec. 111-5. Formal defects in a charge. An indictment, information or complaint which charges the commission of an offense in accordance with Section 111-3 of this Code shall not be dismissed and may be amended on motion by the State's Attorney or defendant at any time because of formal defects, including:
        (a) Any miswriting, misspelling or grammatical error;
        (b) Any misjoinder of the parties defendant;
        (c) Any misjoinder of the offense charged;
        (d) The presence of any unnecessary allegation;
        (e) The failure to negative any exception, any excuse
or proviso contained in the statute defining the offense; or
        (f) The use of alternative or disjunctive allegations
as to the acts, means, intents or results charged.
(Source: Laws 1963, p. 2836.)