Dots Per Line

A measure of the resolution of a computer monitor indicating the number of pixels that are placed on a horizontal line. For example, a monitor said to have a 640 x 480 resolution has a resolution of 640 pixels on each of its 480 horizontal lines. See Resolution.

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