How to find resolution of terminal

A terminal or console in Linux is a rectangle which displays a certain number of lines and columns of text. This is the resolution I refer to when I talk about terminal or console. This is not the display resolution, which is expressed in units of pixels.

To find the width or the number of columns: tput cols
To find the height or the number of lines: tput lines

Tried with: Ubuntu 14.04

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