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size(600, 400);
println(width, height);
println(pixelWidth, pixelHeight);
Description When pixelDensity(2) is used to make use of a high resolution display (called a Retina display on OS X or high-dpi on Windows and Linux), the width and height of the sketch do not change, but the number of pixels is doubled. As a result, all operations that use pixels (like loadPixels(), get(), set(), etc.) happen in this doubled space. As a convenience, the variables pixelWidth and pixelHeight hold the actual width and height of the sketch in pixels. This is useful for any sketch that uses the pixels[] array, for instance, because the number of elements in the array will be pixelWidth*pixelHeight, not width*height.
Updated on February 11, 2019 02:10:32pm EST

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