device independent pixel

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device independent pixel

An abstract pixel measurement used to design a user interface for touch input and display output. The device independent pixel (DP or DIP) is converted to real pixels based on the pixel density of the screen. On a highly dense screen, one DP will convert to several physical pixels. Also called a "density independent pixel."
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