I wanted to get some intuition for what made a bigger difference: adding an extra item to a set, or having an extra order of magnitude of items in a set. So I created this spreadsheet and discovered that an extra order of magnitude smashes an extra item in the set.
In the spreadsheet the parameters are ‘x’, which is the size of the base set (called Set A), and ‘i’, which is the number of extra items to add into the second set (called Set B).
If you make x = 10 and i = 90 you break even, Set A and Set B grow at the same rate.
If you make x = 10 and i = 1 it’s no contest, Set A gets much bigger much faster.
Today I discovered Understanding SMD size code which does a good job of explaining imperial vs metric SMD/SMT size codes. Note “SMT” means Surface Mount Technology and “SMD” means Surface Mount Device.
So I was poking about in my VSCode settings, File -> Preferences -> Settings. And I found the Workbench > Tree: Indent options which controls the tree indentation in pixels. The default settings was 8 pixels, which is too small for my liking, so I cranked it up a notch to 37 pixels! Yay woo!