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printlen – Print lengths using specified units

\print­length{length} prints the value of a length in the units spec­i­fied by \use­length­u­nit{unit} (‘unit’ may be any length unit ex­cept for scaled point, viz., any of: pt, pc, in, mm, cm, bp, dd or cc). When the unit is pt, the printed length value will in­clude any stretch or shrink; oth­er­wise these are not printed. The ‘unit’ ar­gu­ment may also be PT, in which case length val­ues will be printed in point units but with­out any stretch or shrink val­ues.

Sources /macros/latex/contrib/printlen
Ver­sion 1.1a
Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainer Will Robert­son
Peter R. Wil­son (in­ac­tive)
Har­ald Harders
Con­tained in TeX Live as printlen
MiKTeX as ltxmisc
Topics sup­port for pack­age or doc­u­ment de­bug­ging
tools, etc., for “de­bug­ging” doc­u­ments

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