Dots per centimetre

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For Audio Compression, see DPCM.

Dots per centimetre or dpcm is a unit of resolution, used as a metric alternative to dots per inch/dpi.[1][2]

It is used in CSS3 media queries, among other standards.[which?]

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  1. ^ "Media Queries". 
  2. ^ "Class ResolutionSyntax". Sun Microsystems. Retrieved 2007-10-12.