I asked a question earlier that was quickly closed as a duplicate. Looking at the earlier question, I can see that it kinda sorta technically is a duplicate. However, the other question isn't clearly expressed and is mostly on a different topic, and while the answers do provide an answer to my question it's hidden among answers to a different question, and might not be the best/cleanest way to do what I'm trying to achieve.
My question is whether my question should count as a duplicate in this case, or whether it would be better to leave it open as a question specifically on this topic. I don't mind much myself, but I think future visitors will have a hard time finding the other question if they have the same problem as me.
My question is How can I print out the exact dimensions of my images?
The other question is How do I control the exact dimension of a picture in LaTeX?. This question was originally called "How do I get the exact dimension of a picture in LaTeX", but I proposed an edit to the title because the question body is mostly about changing the dimensions of the image, not getting them. (Though it does also ask for that as well, which is the issue.)