Usually the sizes are to be measured in any of the units. But to our amazement the paper size is called as FOOL'S CAP. This is not defining any measurement exactly but it throw a vague idea about the exact size of the paper both in length and width. So kindly enlighten me with your thorough knowledge for clearing my long time blur. Thanks.
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