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       xresolution [-display displayname] [-h]


       This program prints the screen size of an X server to std­
       out.  The ouput has the form AAAxBBB,  where  AAA  is  the
       number of pixels in X-, and BBB in Y- direction.
       You  can  specify the X server with the '-display' option,
       like in most X programs; if  '-display'  is  omitted,  the
       content  of the DISPLAY environment variable will be used.
       This program  also  works  for  X  servers  with  multiple
       screens; the number of the respective (sub-)screen is usu­
       ally appended to the display  address  with  a  period  in
       E.g.  'creamtea:0.0' and 'creamtea:0.1' refer to display 0
       and display 1 of the same X server on host 'creamtea'.


       -display displayname
             This option specifies the  server  (and  screen)  to
             use; see X(1).

       -h, --help
             Display a brief list of options

       -V, --version
             Display author and version information


       X(1), Xserver(1), xdpyinfo(1)


       Christian Steinruecken <cstein@suse.de>

                   Sun Jul 22 00:00:00 GMT 2001    xresolution(1)

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