As others have done, I decided to go for a roundabout answer.
Let's start of with whether or not we know an answer.
It is false to say that the letter 't' appears an indeterminate number of times in this sentence.
So it seems we know something about the answer. What else do we know about the answer?
It is quite silly to say that the letter 'f' appears burrito times in this paragraph.
Well, that rules out that type of answer. How about a true (and logical) one?
It is entirely truthful, to say little of other matters, particularly so of the town’s terrible titans of typography, who typically rant tumultuously about the excess of the letter ‘t’ in run-on sentences such as the present example (for which I have to give them credit where it is quite due, for I myself seem to have violated the unspoken rule), to say the letter t appears forty-six times in this paragraph.
...Can you give a shorter answer, please? That was obnoxious.
It is true to say that the letter 'e' appears at predetermined times in this sentence.
I guess I will give up on getting a good answer, then.