A variant of the point, equal to 0.3759 mm, or 1/72 of a French Royal inch (27.07 mm), or about 1/68 inch. Didot points are used in Europe. This unit is named after the French printer François Ambroise Didot (1730 - 1804) who defined the "point-based" typographical measurement system.
The meter (abbreviation = m, symbol = m), or metre (British spelling) is the fundamental unit of length in the metric system. The meter, equal to 100 centimeters or approxi ..more definition+In relation to the base unit of [length] => (meters), 1 Didot Points (didot point) is equal to 0.000375972222 meters, while 1 Meters (m) = 1 meters.
|1 Didot Points||to common length units|
|1 didot point||= 0.000375972222 meters (m)|
|1 didot point||= 3.75972222E-7 kilometers (km)|
|1 didot point||= 0.0375972222 centimeters (cm)|
|1 didot point||= 0.0012335046653543 feet (ft)|
|1 didot point||= 0.014802055984252 inches (in)|
|1 didot point||= 0.00041116822178478 yards (yd)|
|1 didot point||= 2.3361830783226E-7 miles (mi)|
|1 didot point||= 3.9739163090582E-20 light years (ly)|
|1 didot point||= 1.4209975535115 pixels (PX)|
|1 didot point||= 2.3498263875E+31 planck length (pl)|