My textbook says
In regions where the field magnitude is large, such as between the positive and negative charges in Fig. 21.28b, the field lines are drawn close together. In regions where the field magnitude is small, such as between the two positive charges in Fig. 21.28c, the lines are widely separated
My question: According to me, We must draw infinite electric field lines around a charge body because the electric field is present at every point ; we don't draw these lines because the process will become so tedious. If I am right Then it doesn't make sense to draw close lines where electric field is strong because lines are closed everywhere we just don't show that.