Comma after the word objective?

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would I need a comma after the word objective? It seems pointless to have another break at the end of the sentence. I understand interrupters in the middle of a sentence should get a comma, but at the end?

See example:

While I will be analyzing this film as represented subjectively, it is also worthy to note that it is objective as well.
asked May 08 at 09:02 maddy New member

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There is no need to use a comma after the word "as well". As well means also or in addition.

While I will be analyzing this film as represented subjectively, it is also worthy to note that it is objective as well.

link comment answered May 08 at 09:11 Sanjay Contributor

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