In print terms, it's a measure of the number of individual dots a printer or exposure system can produce within a unit of distance, typically given as dots per inch. In optics (where the term originally comes from), resolution describes the amount of detail a focused lens can project onto a surface and is usually described as line pairs per millimetre (or inch).

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