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Will an inductor wound using wire of 0.6438 mm (22 AWG) be close enough to 0.508 mm (25 SWG) for a neglectable difference?

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Will an inductor wire of 0.6438 mm (22 AWG) be close enough to 0.508 mm (25 SWG) for a neglectable difference?

Degi-Key has 25SWG as an obsolete item. While the instructions for a project say to use, "25cm length of 25SWG wire. Wrap the wire around a cylindrical object of 6mm diameter and take it out after eight turns." http://www.electronicshub.org/fm-bugger-circuit/

Additionally, is there a general rule (such as 0.2 mm tolerance) for small inductors (less than 20 turns ~ maybe) for most gauges of wire?