what is the magnetic field produced by very very thin conductor at any point of it

Hi githa, no magnetic field just due to a very thin conductor.
Only when current flows through thin conductor of infinite length then magnetic field due to a small current element of length dl, at a distance r on a line inclined with conductor by an angle @ is given by 
dB = (mu o / 4 pi) * I dl sin @ / r^2
I is the current through conductor , mu o is the permittivity of free space 
The above is called Biot-Savart's law

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