In Java, when you compose a program that draws, you do your measuring and layout in pixels.
If you look carefully with a magnifying glass at the CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) or LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) screen, you will see even tinier red, green and blue dots or bars that make up each pixel. The size of these dots is called the dot pitch. The smaller they are, the smaller the pixels can be and the higher the potential resolution you can display on the monitor.
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