Is Planck length the smallest possible length possible even in the classical science or is it a feature of quantum mechanics?

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Is Planck length the smallest possible length possible even in the classical science or is it a feature of quantum mechanics?

I could imagine a circle of circumference 10 meteres with diameters drawn at a distance of 1.6 x 10*-35 m between each diameter.
That would mean a circle could only have 1.6 x 10*35 diameters though it has infinite diameters. Does that mean that it is not applicable in classical physics?

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