252. Queries formatting aka “developing your style”. Part 2

Let’s continue our discussion about formatting queries. 🚀

Lower case vs upper case

Throughout the whole course you saw the queries formatted using the upper case:

SELECT id AS user_id, SPLIT_PART(email, '@', 2) AS email_domain FROM users WHERE country = 'us' AND status = 'customer' 

Of course, it’s not the only way of doing this. Here’s the same query using the lower case:

select id as user_id, split_part(email, '@', 2) as email_domain from users where country = 'us' and status = 'customer' 

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