Is there a rule/set of logic on when to use commas in SQL?
When I was doing the New York Restaurants exercise (https://www.codecademy.com/courses/learn-sql/projects/learn_sql_query_table) on the last step (CASE exercise, step 11) I got stuck for not entering a “,” after SELECT name.
I am not clear on when we need a comma or not.
Also, in that same exercise, why do we have the review column as INTEGER on the table schema, when we actually have decimal numbers there? Wouldn’t it be REAL?
Thank you for your help!